ACC Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 29, 2010

BLACKSBURG, VA - SEPTEMBER 18:  Virginia Tech Hokies head coach Frank Beamer returns to the sidelines after talking with an official against the East Carolina Pirates at Lane Stadium on September 18, 2010 in Blacksburg, Virginia.  (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Images)
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Chase Rettig will start at quarterback for Boston College this weekend against Notre Dame. What a task for a true freshman, huh?

To lose to a rival can demoralize your team, especially early in the year. But Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said his team has put its loss to Auburn in the rear-view mirror.

Duke’s Sean Renfree played some lackluster football last weekend despite trying to do a lot with the football. It has been noted that he has learned from the Blue Devils’ past two losses.

Florida State’s Mike Harris does not start for the Seminoles, but head coach Jimbo Fisher still knows he plays a crucial part on the team's defense.

Georgia Tech’s Paul Johnson uttered the "p" word on Tuesday and counted 85 mistakes made by his team from game film of the Yellow Jackets’ loss to NC State.

True freshman Danny O’Brien was honored for his efforts in Maryland’s win over Florida International this past weekend.

We all know the story behind Miami’s Seantrel Henderson. How is he doing so far this year?

We already know about North Carolina’s depth being bludgeoned, so it should come as a shock to learn that two more players might be out for the Tar Heels this weekend.

North Carolina State freshman running back Mustafa Greene is becoming one hell of a player for the Wolfpack.

Here is a Q&A with Virginia head coach Mike London.

Frank Beamer said that Virginia Tech is limiting itself due to an excess of mistakes and errors.

Through Wake Forest’s four games, one quarterback has started both wins, and another has started both losses.