2014 Rosters For Each ACC Football Team

Wondering who #37 is for your opponent?  Here are links to the rosters for all ACC Football teams:

  1. Boston College
  2. Clemson
  3. Duke
  4. Florida State
  5. Georgia Tech
  6. Louisville
  7. Miami
  8. North Carolina
  9. North Carolina State
  10. Notre Dame
  11. Pittsburgh
  12. Syracuse
  13. Virginia
  14. Virginia Tech
  15. Wake Forest

So, there you go… the rosters for each and every ACC football team!

 

 

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The Confidential’s Preseason All-ACC Team

With football season about 30 days away, now is as good a time as ever to distribute the 2014 Preseason All-ACC teams.  So, without further adieu, here are the First, Second, and Third teams.

FIRST TEAM ALL-ACC

QB:       Jameis Winston, Florida State

RB:       Duke Johnson, Miami; Karlos Williams, Florida State

WR:      Jamison Crowder, Duke; Tyler Boyd, Pittsburgh; Rashad Greene, Florida State

TE:        Nick O’Leary, Florida State;

OL:       Cameron Erving, Florida State; Sean Hickey, Syracuse; Tre Jackson, Florida State; Laken Tomlinson, Duke; Shaq Mason, Georgia Tech

DL:       Vic Beasley, Clemson; Mario Edwards, Jr., Florida State; Luther Muddy, Virginia Tech; Grady Jarrett, Clemson

LB:       Denzel Perryman, Miami; Stephone Anthony, Clemson; Kelby Brown, Duke; Kendall Fuller, Virginia Tech

DB:       Anthony Harris, Virginia; Kendall Fuller, Virginia Tech; Jeremy Cash, Duke; PJ Williams, Florida State

ST:        Roberto Aguayo (K), Florida State

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Conference Conversation Topics

Here is a quick comparison of the conference conversation topics on blogs and message boards throughout the Internet today:

ACC:

  1. Football: FSU–champions Again!  Can they repeat?
  2. Football depth on the increase with Miami rounding into form, and Louisville coming on board.
  3. Basketball: The big 4 of Duke, Syracuse, UNC, and Louisville… going to be awesome.  National championships are inevitable.
  4. Lacrosse–deepest conference by far.
  5. Notre Dame is nice to have around.

SEC:

  1. Football–Bama, Auburn, LSU, South Carolina, A&M, Georgia, Missouri, Florida… so very very good at football.  Which team will win it all?
  2. Nick Saban
  3. Basketball–Kentucky and Florida–will they get #1 seeds and make the Final Four?

B1G:

  1. BTN and other TV contracts: generating plenty of money!
  2. CIC: generating plenty of money!
  3. Oh, and we added Rutgers and Moneyland…errr Maryland.
  4. Did we mention how much money we were making?
  5. We have top notch wrestling!

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again.  The Big 10… first in money and nothing else.  See here.

New Wake Forest Demon Deacons Page

The Confidential is going to create a quick summary page for each ACC school, with important links.  Today’s is Wake Forest.  It may be found here.

If you have a Wake Forest blog and would like to have reciprocal links, send us a direct message on Twitter or comment on this page.

New Virginia Tech Hokies Page

The Confidential is going to create a quick summary page for each ACC school, with important links.  Today’s is Virginia Tech.  It may be found here.

If you have a Virginia Tech blog and would like to have reciprocal links, send us a direct message on Twitter or comment on this page.

New North Carolina Tar Heels Page

The Confidential is going to create a quick summary page for each ACC school, with important links.  Today’s is North Carolina.  It may be found here.

If you have a North Carolina blog and would like to have reciprocal links, send us a direct message on Twitter or comment on this page.

Randy Edsall–Good Riddance

Randy Edsall’s career record at Maryland was 13-24, including a 6-18 conference record.  Last season’s team lost to Marshall in the Military Bowl, essentially a home game.  One would expect Edsall to be fairly humble by now, right?  Wrong.  “As a football coach, I feel better,” Edsall said to applause. “Because I’m going to a football conference; I’m not in a basketball conference anymore.”  There you have it… someone who could not succeed in a conference, taking a shot at the quality of conference he could not succeed in.  Of course, the conference he left had the reigning national champion.  Needless to say, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, and Penn State will give the minimally-accomplished, maximum ego Edsall plenty of challenges.

So… all the Confidential has to say is this… good luck in the Big Ten, Randy.  You will need it.  In the meantime, how does that foot taste?

Opinion on Changing NCAA Basketball Rules

ESPN’s Eamonn Brennan recently opined regarding 5 rules changes that he would like to see in NCAA basketball governance.  Specifically, he raised the following 5 opinions:

  • I would create a strict, low, revenues and expenditures cap
  • I would lobby for a constitutional amendment to prevent any and all further changes to the structure of the NCAA tournament
  • I would allow players to return to college basketball after the draft if they went undrafted or failed to earn a contract by a given date
  • The salary of the NCAA’s president is getting cut
  • I would force a video game company to make a really good college basketball game

One suspects that the last entry was tongue-in-cheek, but the other four seem serious.  Then again, none of them seem likely.  The major conferences are not going to agree to a spending cap and our US Constitution seems to have bigger issues than NCAA sports.  The cutting of the NCAA President’s salary is a populist measure, at best.  So what are rule changes that make sense?  The Confidential has a few.

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New Virginia Cavaliers Page

The Confidential is going to create a quick summary page for each ACC school, with important links.  Today’s is Virginia.  It may be found here.

If you have a Virginia blog and would like to have reciprocal links, send us a direct message on Twitter or comment on this page.

New Pitt Panthers Page

The Confidential is going to create a quick summary page for each ACC school, with important links.  Today’s is Pitt.  It may be found here.

If you have a Pitt blog and would like to have reciprocal links, send us a direct message on Twitter or comment on this page.