ACC Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent IOctober 20, 2010

MIAMI, FL - SEPTEMBER 20: Linebacker Colin McCarthy #44 of the University of Miami  Hurricanes celebrates a defensive play against the Texas A&M Aggies at the Orange Bowl on September 20, 2007 in Miami, Florida.  Miami won 31-17.  (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***Colin McCarthy
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As usual, Boston College cannot recruit great talents.

The passing game has not been as productive as Clemson had hoped.

Despite seven turnovers, Duke nearly beat Miami last weekend and the Blue Devils are sticking with quarterback Sean Renfree.

If Florida State can beat North Carolina State this Saturday, then the Seminoles would have a two game lead over the Wolfpack, the next closest team in the ACC Atlantic standings. Having quarterback Christian Ponder back and healthy will help FSU…or will it?

Check out this great story about Georgia Tech linebacker Julian Burnett.

For Maryland, mistakes will need to be minimized if the Terrapins hope to beat Boston College this Saturday.

With starting middle linebacker Colin McCarthy’s absence last game, Miami found a more-than-suitable backup in Kelvin Cain.

North Carolina’s offense is versatile, and it will need to be now that starting tight end Zach Pianalto is done for the year.

Seven North Carolina State players cracked Phil Steele’s mid-season All-ACC team.

Check out this interesting story that includes the saving of a man’s life, a coach taking advantage of his role and privilege and a walk-on Virginia player.

With last Saturday’s win over Wake Forest, Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer moved into a tie for 10th place on the all-time wins list, next to a former Michigan coach (Who do you think the old Wolverine leader is?).

What, if anything, did Wake Forest do right this past weekend?