ACC Football: Thursday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent ISeptember 30, 2010

AUBURN, AL - SEPTEMBER 18:  Quarterback Kyle Parker #11 of the Clemson Tigers and ESPN commentator Kirk Herbstreit against the Auburn Tigers at Jordan-Hare Stadium on September 18, 2010 in Auburn, Alabama.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Perhaps Chase Rettig has not practiced well this week, or maybe mind games are involved, because Boston College head coach Frank Spaziani made it perfectly clear that his starting quarterback has yet to be decided.

Kyle Parker is playing both baseball and football for Clemson. But he is not the only ACC football player bracing for another sport.

Duke’s defense matches up better with Maryland’s offense than it does Army’s, so we will find out this weekend if the Blue Devils can play some ACC football.

Jimbo Fisher admitted that Florida State needs to be aware they will face some bad times throughout the season; not everything can be perfect.

All-ACC center Sean Bedford returned to practice for Georgia Tech after leaving the game last weekend in the Yellow Jackets’ loss to N.C. State.

The most productive offensive player for the Terrapins, Torrey Smith missed practice yesterday, but is expected to play this weekend for Maryland.

Did you know that there will be a No. 1 versus No. 2 game in the ACC this weekend? No, I’m not kidding.

The North Carolina players that were suspected of cheating academically will have to wait in line behind other non-athlete UNC students who have been caught breaking the university’s honor code.

North Carolina State athletic director Debbie Yow is planning on raising prices for student fees to Wolfpack football games.

Here is a quick look at former Virginia Cavaliers that are now in the NFL.

One thing on Virginia Tech’s to-do list is to become better in the red-zone.

A broken tibia is all one Wake Forest player can take away from last year’s game against Georgia Tech.