Before you think that I'm just going to ask you what your favorite TV show is, let me explain.
Seriously though, can we fire her?
LOLNOPE. (If it's Georgia Tech, I was so wrong about everything this season.)
Miami may self-impose a bowl ban to as a preemptive punishment for forthcoming NCAA sanctions.
"If I remember right, we made the decision last year after we became bowl eligible," UM acting athletic director Blake James told The Miami Herald on Friday. "I think that would be the plan.
"You address the situations as they occur."
Last year, Miami made its announcement the day after it qualified for a bowl with a victory Nov. 19 at South Florida in Tampa.
You can read all of the details right here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/11/02/3079888_miami-hurricanes-might-dec....
Seeing as we beat gt and unc is ineligible, we're pretty much locks to represent the Coastal this year, again. The only way I don't see us making it is if... actually, I can't see us not making it. Therefore, I figured I'd share this "tip" with TKP community:
ACCCG tickets are pretty cheap right now through ticketmaster. Stub hub has similar seats that ticketmaster has, but of course, stubhub's are double the price of ticketmaster (and I'm sure this trend will continue as we approach Dec 1).
DISCLAIMER: I haven't read French's analysis yet. Surely it is more profound than what follows.
Hours before kickoff in Charlotte, I tweeted the following after the commentary in the SEC Championship game piqued my interest. Gary Danielson was describing the change in defensive philosopy going on at UGA:
Who: #5/3/5 Virginia Tech Hokies (11-1, 7-1 ACC) vs #21/21/20 Clemson Tigers (9-3, 6-2 ACC)
Time: 8:02 PM
TV Coverage: ESPN (Brent Musburger, Kirk Herbstreit, Heather Cox)
Venue: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC (73,778 – Grass)
Series History: Clemson leads 18-12-1
- Last Meeting (2011): Clemson 23, Virginia Tech 3
- Clemson gave Virginia Tech its only loss of the season earlier this year in Blacksburg.
- Virginia Tech is making its fifth ACC Championship Game appearance. For Clemson it's their second trip to the Championship Game.
- The two teams have split four games played at neutral locations, including the 2001 Gator Bowl won by Tech 41-20.
- When ranked higher, the Hokies are 3-2 against the Tigers.
- OL David Wang – Out (Foot)
The Opponent: We all know what happened back on October 1. It was the nadir of Virginia Tech’s season, while Clemson appeared to reach its apex in the 23-3 victory at Lane Stadium. When the two teams meet Saturday, it will be a completely different matchup than it was the first time around. For a look at the preview going into that game, click here.