ACC Football: Tuesday Afternoon One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent IOctober 12, 2010

MIAMI, FL - OCTOBER 9: Jacory Harris #12 hands the ball off to Damien Berry #20 of the Miami Hurricanes against the Florida State Seminoles on October 9, 2010 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Florida. The Seminoles defeated the Hurricanes 45-17. (Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images)
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This is arguably the worst stretch Boston College has faced since 1998.

Starting out 2-3 is not uncommon for Clemson; they did so last year before rebounding very well.

It is not surprising to find Duke at the bottom of the ACC once again. Its slate does not get easier; the Blue Devils have Miami and Virginia Tech coming up.

Right after demolishing Miami, Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher said his thoughts were on Boston College, the Seminoles’ upcoming opponent.

The offensive line for Georgia Tech has been compared to a revolving door.

Maryland is taking on the Clemson Tigers this Saturday at 12:00 PM ET.

The status of Miami quarterback Jacory Harris is unknown at this point in time.

If you were wondering how the whole NCAA-investigation thing is going at North Carolina, the three best Tar Heels that were being investigated have been kicked off the team.

North Carolina State center Camden Wentz said that the Wolfpack could score 50 points on any team in the country.

Virginia quarterback Marc Verica is still receiving boosts of confidence despite a poor individual start to the year.

Virginia Tech guard Greg Nosal remained in the Hokies’ game against Central Michigan last Saturday despite having a portion of his left pinkie finger severed.

Here is the latest update on Wake Forest after its 28-27 loss to Navy.