ACC Football: Thursday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 16, 2010

CHESTNUT HILL, MA - SEPTEMBER 11: Dave Shinskie #15 of the Boston College Eagles looks to pass in the first half against the Kent State Golden Flashes on September 11, 2010 at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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Boston College head coach Frank Spaziani on starting quarterback Dave Shinskie: “He still frustrates us in some areas.”

This weekend’s match with No. 16 Auburn will be Clemson’s first test of the season.

Some Duke fans are excited about having Alabama come over to Durham because of the Blue Devils’ offensive showing last week in a 48-54 loss to Wake Forest. But the bad news is that the Crimson Tide will have Mark Ingram back.

One Florida State cornerback is still adjusting after making the transition from wide receiver.

Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson is expecting to shuffle his starting roster before this Saturday’s ACC matchup with North Carolina.

Maryland will be taking on No. 21 West Virginia this weekend. How will the Terrapins’ quarterbacks perform?

Which kicker from the ACC loves tackling nearly as much as a defender? You might be surprised to find out who it is.

Butch Davis announced yesterday that North Carolina has added an assistant coach.

How good must you be if you actually improve after leading your team in tackles a year prior? Ask North Carolina State junior linebacker Audie Cole.

Some Virginia players feel more confident after traveling to USC, starting a game after 10:00 ET, and nearly upsetting the Trojans.

I don’t think I have ever thought about it, so it was shocking to read about Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer’s job security.

Speaking of late night starts, Wake Forest will be taking on Stanford at 11:15 ET this Saturday.