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ACC Football: Thursday Morning One-Liners

CHAPEL HILL, NC - NOVEMBER 07:  Head Coach David Cutcliffe of the Duke Blue Devils watches on against the North Carolina Tar Heels during their game at Kenan Stadium on November 7, 2009 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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Sean MartinCorrespondent IOctober 14, 2010

The woes will continue at quarterback for Boston College as it prepares for No. 16 Florida State this weekend. Freshman Chase Rettig will make his second start.

One Clemson defensive lineman has truly come into his own, and resultantly leads the ACC in sacks and tackles-for-loss.

Will Duke head coach David Cutcliffe rethink any redshirt decisions?

As mentioned in the ACC/Big East preview, Florida State’s backfield is producing big numbers.

Sorry for the broken record: Georgia Tech is shuffling its offensive line once again.

How will the Maryland quarterback position work itself out now that Jamarr Robinson is healthy again?

It appears that Miami is now in a state of emergency.

Would you rather live a Tom Clancy novel, or play football for North Carolina? Or would you rather just do both?

Has East Carolina-North Carolina State turned into a rivalry?

Exactly 20 years ago tomorrow, Virginia was ranked No. 1 in the nation in two polls.

Virginia Tech reappeared in a poll? Yes, and you can check it out HERE.

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