ACC Football: Monday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 27, 2010

CHAPEL HILL, NC - SEPTEMBER 18:  Head coach Paul Johnson of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets watches on against the North Carolina Tar Heels during their game at Kenan Stadium on September 18, 2010 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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Here is your quick wrap-up of the weekend that was in the ACC and Big East.

In the wake of Boston College's first time being shut out since 1998, Eagles head coach Frank Spaziani noted that there would be a quarterback change.

Clemson’s great secondary will no doubt watch film on the Miami-Ohio State game from earlier this season so as to figure out how to get to ‘Canes quarterback Jacory Harris.

Sean Renfree made his Duke debut against Army last season. His performance against the Black Knights this year certainly made him look like a rookie again.

Florida State rebounded from a crumbling defeat to Oklahoma by shutting out Wake Forest on Saturday to open ACC play.

Which fictional character did Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson compare his team to after their most recent defeat?

There was no slowing down for the Maryland Terrapins offense this past weekend.

Speaking of getting to Jacory Harris, Pittsburgh rattled him despite Miami’s 31-3 victory.

It might have been ugly, but North Carolina shrugged off its problems and beat Rutgers Saturday.

North Carolina State was one of this past weekend’s winners.

There are two playmakers brewing at receiver for Virginia.

This weekend’s Virginia Tech-N.C. State matchup now looks like a must-watch game with the Wolfpack’s impressive record and the Hokies’ lack of success thus far on the year.

There really was not a single thing Wake Forest could take away from its loss to Florida State.