ACC Football: Monday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent IOctober 4, 2010


Frank Spaziani’s biggest challenge right now is finding a starting quarterback—maybe one that is consistent, as well—for Boston College.

Clemson entered Saturday’s game against Miami (FL) with the fewest turnovers in the ACC. When all was said and done, the Tigers had lost three fumbles and Kyle Parker threw three interceptions.

Duke’s record of 1-4 is not representative of its play through five games. Here’s to the Blue Devils turning it around.

Florida State fans can now forget about the Seminoles game against the Sooners earlier in the year; FSU is back in the AP Top 25.

Georgia Tech outscored Wake Forest 18-3 in the fourth quarter to steal a win against the Demon Deacons.

Maryland took care of Duke on Saturday, pulling away in the second half.

In a game some saw as a potential ACC title prequel, Miami toppled Clemson at Clemson Memorial Stadium 30-21, as Jacory Harris threw four scores.

The score between North Carolina and East Carolina was very close for a while, before the Tar Heels broke away winning 42-17 on Saturday.

The play of North Carolina State quarterback Russell Wilson was both dominant and lackluster for the Wolfpack this past Saturday against Virginia Tech.

Virginia head coach Mike London on missed tackles: “That's almost 100 yards of extra yardage right there with three missed tackles.”

Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer is one of Saturday’s winners.

All four quarterbacks on Wake Forest’s depth chart are facing some sort of injury.