Turkeys With Dressing: ACC Nation Podcast

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It’s Thanksgiving week and we’ve grabbed three Turkeys and added a little dressing for ACC Nation Podcast. Jim, Will and Chris pull a chair out….from under you and serve up ACC sports news with a look at basketball and football. We hope you enjoy what we have to share and that you enjoy the holiday.

A big tip of the hat to the North Carolina Field Hockey team who have won back to back national titles.

How are ACC men’s and women’s soccer teams doing in the NCAA’s? Find out who’s still in the game.

The latest wrestling rankings put five conference teams in the Top 25. Who’s leading the way this year?

The ACC may not have ice hockey as a conference sport but we’ve got teams from member schools. See how they’re doing this week in USCHO rankings.


You’ll want to indulge in some extra podcast activity this week while you’re out and about. We have just what you’re looking for with our special Thanksgiving bonus episodes.

For Virginia and Virginia Tech football fans you’ll want to listen to Andy Bitter and Jerry Ratcliffe talk about the Commonwealth Cup game. Listen here.

We wanted to get a start on ACC baseball so we invited D1Baseball’s Aaron Fitt to preview the conference. It looks like a banner year and if you want to get a jump on the season, listen here.

Take ACC Nation Radio On The Road With You During The Holidays

We take a quick look at the AP Top 25 and USA Today Coaches’ Poll for ACC men and women’s basketball. Then the guys share some thoughts on teams and what part of the game they need to improve upon.

As always, we head out West to look at the PAC 12 because, once again a team from the conference is featured in the upset of the week column.

Breaking down the ACC football games from this past weekend –

  • Georgia Tech over NC State
  • Virginia defeated Liberty
  • Notre Dame rolls Boston College
  • Virginia Tech shuts out Pitt
  • North Carolina blows past Mercer
  • Miami is upset by FIU
  • Wake Forest battles it out for a win over Duke
  • Louisville finishes off Syracuse