Focus: The Other Sports Blogger Stories

Focus
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The top story surrounding the ACC is the debut of their new network with ESPN. That’s the primary focus. However, there’s more going on in the way of sports news in the conference. Sports Blogger takes a look at the other stories. The goal? Find those nuggets that you may have missed.

New York Times. New Cable Network for A.C.C. Heightens Arms Race in College Sports

ESPN. ACC – Who dominates outside football and basketball?

NCAA.com. 5 predictions for how the ACC will play out this year.

NunesMagician.com. What is the official drink of every ACC football team? Editor’s note: Cheers!


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WFNZ.radio.com. Joe Hamilton: In 1999, We Were Executing So Well That Nobody Could Stop Us

Seminoles.com. Basketball Announces Exhibition Opponents

RamblinWreck.com. Roster Changes for Georgia Tech Football

TheState.com. Where Clemson’s special teams battles stand as fall camp comes to a close

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CornNation.com. Nebrasketball: Georgia Tech Preseason Preview Editor’s note: ACC basketball fans should share their love with @spartyonhuskers on Twitter

BustingBrackets.com. Virginia Basketball: What are the chances Cavaliers repeat for 2019-20 season?

Syracuse.com. SU scrubs Carrier from Dome in guide

Record-Courier.com. Boston College, Addazio try to graduate from the 7-win club


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Fansided.com. Heisman Trophy 2019: Top candidate from every Power 5 team in 2019

NSJonline.com. Clawson puts down roots at Wake Forest

247sports.com. Mark Richt shares score prediction for Miami-Florida

Athlonsports.com. 10 College Football Upsets that Could Shake Up September


There’s a busy ACC sports schedule kicking off this week. It begins with ACC women’s soccer Thursday evening. A major battle in college football rekindles the Miami and Florida rivalry. Then we ease into men’s soccer, field hockey, volleyball and more football for the Labor Day weekend.

A final note: if your cable provider still hasn’t added the ACC Network you should continue to give them a ‘shout out’. Your interest will let them know there is demand. Sometimes a little noise goes a long way.


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