The winner of Saturday night’s Clemson vs Florida State game will be the Atlantic Coast Conference’s first legitimate national title contender in over a decade.
A look at five things to watch in the Atlantic Coast Conference during Week 7 of the season:
I’m convinced the Carolina Panthers won’t become a playoff contender until Jerry Richardson no longer owns the team
The Georgia – LSU game on Saturday was what college football in the Deep South is all about. Unrivaled passion, pageantry, talent, and atmosphere. Anyone that tells you that there is something better simply hasn’t experienced SEC football, or they’re living in denial.
Oh man, even though we had to shorten it to 30 minutes for this week due to East Carolina kicking off at 12:30, Talking Sh#t With The QCB still brought the Funny and Sports talk that put us on the map…Co-Host Neil Silas and Sports expert in all fields Bartholomew Wilcox…Shout out to O’Notes my High School Expert…check us out, Nice
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Some people find ways to win and some people find ways to lose. I wrote that on twitter on Sunday after Ron Rivera’s Panthers blew their tenth 4th quarter lead in his 34 games as a head coach.
I wanted the Panthers to go after Chip Kelly at the end of last season and I believe he would’ve taken the job. My mind was running wild watching Michael Vick run his offense last night.
This is my tenth year living in North Carolina during college football season. NC State had a chance at making some national noise in 2004, but fell flat in their faces.
The Drive Thursday 3-14-13 – Mike Gminski fresh from calling the Va Tech and NC State game in Greensboro to talk about the possible move of the ACC Tournament to Madison Square Garden, the uproar of Wake Forest fans trying to get Jeff Bzdelik fired, and we get his favorite ACC Tournament memory.