Tuesday, June 06, 2006

ACC: Football super-conference?

There have been a few articles recently discussing the ACC's newfound status as one of the premiere football conferences in the country. Sports Illustrated's Stewart Mandel seems to think the league is just OK. As for myself, I don't think you can judge the league by last year's performances. Let's give it a few years and see how things are then, because the potential for greatness is certainly there. Florida State, Miami and Virginia Tech are clearly the league's elite, but programs such as Clemson, N.C. State, Georgia Tech and Boston College have tremendous potential to break through.

* Crosby waived: Former Clemson received Roscoe Crosby, who has been dogged by difficult times since he left Clemson, has been released by the Indianapolis Colts. Good luck, Roscoe. Hope you land on your feet somewhere.

* A team to watch: College Football Resource rates Clemson a team to watch. I'd go along with that assessment, too.

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