ACC Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent ISeptember 22, 2010

RALEIGH, NC - SEPTEMBER 16:  Russell Wilson #16 of the North Carolina State Wolfpack against the Cincinnati Bearcats 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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Boston College head coach Frank Spaziani is going to have to use his freshmen “and figure it out after that.”

When you lose a guy like C.J. Spiller, it does not matter who your new playmaker is. You cannot possibly appear to have a home-run threat.

There is not too much good to locate in a 62-13 loss, unless you are Duke’s David Cutcliffe.

I did not know that Florida State leads the nation in sacks.

Paul Johnson is challenging his Georgia Tech defensive squad to end the streak of allowing an opponent to rush for over 100 yards.

Starting left tackle Justin Gilbert has been declared out for the season for the Maryland Terrapins after tearing one of his ACLs.

Here is a good look at the injury list for No. 19 Miami coming by way of The Miami Herald.

North Carolina is confident that it can rebound from two 30-24 losses, both games showcasing a Tar Heel team down at least 12 players.

Only one BCS team is without a win thus far on the year.

For his efforts in a 30-19 win over Cincinnati, North Carolina State quarterback Russell Wilson has been awarded the ACC Offensive Back of the Week award.

Virginia has lost a redshirt freshman running back to personal reasons.

Virginia Tech will showcase the depth of its backfield in this week’s game against Boston College.

Wake Forest leads the ACC in points per game and is 12th nationally.