ACC Nation Podcast
ACC Nation Podcast with Will Ojanen, Chris Bond, Xayveon and Jim Quist.
- Ten ACC teams and Notre Dame projected to make bowl appearances in postseason. After this weekend? Maybe not so much.
- The ACC men’s basketball schedule is out and we’ll look at two way too early rankings of teams from the conference courtesy of Gary Parrish at CBSSports.com and ESPN.
- The guys take a look at football games in the conference from this weekend.
- Dissecting Virginia’s strengths, weaknesses and the need to establish the recruiting game.
- Will says keep Benkert in the lineup at Virginia.
- Xayveon notices a not so healthy trend among ACC quarterbacks.
- The guys all agree, Boston College head coach Steve Addazio deserves to be on the warm seat after the Eagles loss to Wake Forest. There are multiple reasons and all valid. Will it get warmer? Chris says, yes.
- Chris and Xayveon point to the Hokies rebound on defense. Will and Jim dissect the running game and find problems.
- Should Lamar Jackson be on the Heisman Trophy Watch List?
- Is Louisville over ranked? The real challenge is coming.
- If Pitt doesn’t have a quarterback controversy, they should.
- Why Clemson’s win was impressive….and some reasons it wasn’t.
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- Final Thoughts
- Will – Some good thoughts for Chris who was awaiting bad weather.
- Chris – Talks about Hurricane Irma and how to get ready the Florida way. He also reflects on the ACC’s leading rushers and why they shouldn’t be quarterbacks.
- Xayveon – Goes Homer for USC and talks Trojan football.
- This episode recorded at 10a Sunday, September 10 – Release delayed until we knew our colleague, Chris Bond, was safe in Tampa.
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