ACC Football: Friday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 17, 2010

RALEIGH, NC - SEPTEMBER 16:  Derek Wolfe #95 of the Cincinnati Bearcats tries to chase down Russell Wilson #16 of the North Carolina State Wolfpack during their game at Carter-Finley Stadium on September 16, 2010 in Raleigh, North Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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Here is a good look at how the offensive line for Boston College and quarterback Dave Shinskie are getting along.

Auburn is tenth in the nation in sacks, which poses an uncomfortable challenge for Clemson quarterback Kyle Parker.

As mentioned earlier this week in the ACC one-liners, Duke head coach David Cutcliffe learned a lot at Alabama.

Florida State will not be playing a quarterback this weekend as good as Oklahoma’s Landry Jones, but that does not mean it will not be a challenge; the Seminoles will be facing two separate quarterbacks when they square off with Brigham Young.

Former Virginia head coach Al Groh will be taking on North Carolina once again, but this time as the defensive coordinator for Georgia Tech.

Here is a good look back at the last time Maryland beat West Virginia.

Miami’s Randy Shannon might be more of a forceful figure than meets the eye.

Former North Carolina Tar Heel Chris Hawkins was arrested for drug charges. UNC athletic director Dick Baddour has said that current Tar Heel players need to be cautious when hanging around former players.

The difference in North Carolina State’s win last night over Cincinnati was not the play of quarterback Russell Wilson, who had another stellar performance, but the play of the defense and the tempo of the game.

Here is a look at former Virginia players scattered throughout the NFL.

Wow, check out the shirts James Madison put together after their victory over Virginia Tech.

Here is Stanford’s take on Wake Forest. The two meet Saturday night at 11:15 PM ET.