ACC Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 15, 2010

COLUMBUS, OH - SEPTEMBER 11:  Head Coach Randy Shannon of the Miami Hurricanes congratulates Aldarius Johnson #4 of the Hurricanes after a first down catch against the Ohio State Buckeyes at Ohio Stadium on September 11, 2010 in Columbus, Ohio.  (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
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It is very possible that Boston College could land two linebacking recruits from Cincinnati (Ohio) St. Xavier.

Having been an assistant at Alabama in the late 20th century, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney knows that playing Auburn on the road can easily become a hostile atmosphere.

Duke head coach David Cutcliffe is from Alabama, went to Alabama, and was an undergraduate assistant under Paul Bear Bryant so he knows a little something about the Crimson Tide.

Florida State specialist, Greg Reid on his performance last Saturday against Oklahoma: “I hate getting beat. I never really got beat like that in my whole life, you know, at Lowndes [County High], even at Boys and Girls Club.”

With a defense that is playing better than last year, Georgia Tech hopes to put a stop to handing out wins and turn things around in their first ACC game against North Carolina.

Due to much criticism, Miami quarterback Jacory Harris is being backed by his head coach, Randy Shannon.

For their conference opener against the Yellow Jackets, North Carolina is moving their offensive lineman around hoping to find a combination that works.

NC State head coach Tom O’Brien has a lot of respect for Cincinnati and the Bearcats football program.

Virginia had a player recognized by the ACC as having the best performance by an offensive lineman this past weekend.

Virginia Tech’s defensive coordinator Bud Foster sure let his players know how he felt about their 0-2 record.

What could be more difficult than playing Stanford at Stanford, especially with a freshman under center? How about playing the game at 11:15 at night