Hindsight: ACC Nation Podcast

Season To Season

No doubt you’ve heard all about 20/20 hindsight. That’s what we’re exercising on this week’s episode of ACC Nation Podcast. A ton of football and plenty of, ‘how’d that happen’ games. Will and Jim take a closer look at the ACC, throw in some NFL and games that shouldn’t have been from the files of the AP Top 25.

Sports news from around the conference includes the top ranked teams from the ACC in the United Soccer Coaches’ Polls. Two No. 1’s and a total of 15 teams made the Top 25.

Pitt leads the way in ACC volleyball among the AVCA Top 25. Who else joins the Panthers from the conference?

Coming up this week a preseason look at college tennis ITA rankings for freshmen/newcomer singles and doubles for men and women.

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Reviewing Last Week’s Games

  • Jim isn’t too happy with the Chicago Bears loss to Green Bay
  • Will celebrates Vikings style

ACC Friday Night Lights

  • Virginia – William & Mary *Cavaliers click on all three phases
  • Wake Forest – Rice *Deacs need some fine-tuning on D

College Football Rankings

Saturday Football

  • Pitt – Ohio *Panthers are a work in progress
  • Virginia Tech – ODU *Hokies still have some soft spots – buyout you say?
  • Syracuse – Maryland *Not so fast – Defense struggles, offense struggles
  • NC State – W. Carolina *You may have to re-think earlier thoughts about the Wolfpack
  • Georgia Tech – S. Florida *Geoff Collins gets his first win
  • Clemson – Texas A&M *Slowly but surely the Tigers pave the way
  • Boston College – Richmond *An offense that demands respect
  • Florida State – Louisiana Monroe *Two weeks, two games, lots of hindsight. Again, with the buyout talk
  • Duke – North Carolina A&T *Blue Devils defense is solid
  • Louisville – E. Kentucky *Scott Satterfield gets a nice win and builds confidence among players
  • North Carolina – Miami *Mack is back but the U isn’t. Two of the best up-and-coming QB’s in the ACC

The churn among AP Top 25 teams has already begun. With just a bit of hindsight, we take a look at games that were much, much too close. Then, those that ended badly for the ranked opponent.

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