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SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2011: THE ACC August 21, 2011
By David, Staff Writer
The ACC has struggled in recent seasons to be relevant on a national stage, as the local competition in the SEC has dominated the recruiting trail and bowl games. However, the two Florida teams appear posied to grow back into nationally relevant powers and Virginia Tech continues to hold....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2009: THE ACC August 24, 2009
By David, Staff Writer
To an even greater extent than the Big Ten and the Big East conferences, the ACC has been maligned during the BCS football decade for not showing up on the national stage. Last year the competitive parity of the race allowed a rebuilding Virginia Tech squad to take their second-straight....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2008: THE ACC August 11, 2008
By Gregg, Staff Writer
After last season concluded with the league’s ninth consecutive BCS bowl loss, the ACC is looking for respect and to reverse the league’s declining national reputation. The league has not been able to win a BCS game since Florida State’s win over Virginia Tech in the 1999 Sugar....[MORE]

SCS.comHOOPS PREVIEW '07-'08: ACC October 19, 2007
By Daniel, Staff Writer
Now that November is quickly approaching, it’s time to take a look at college basketball’s power conferences. We start with the Atlantic Coast Conference and the Big 10, two traditionally strong leauges that may experience somewhat of a down year in 2007-2008. Even with....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2007: THE ACC August 10, 2007
By Matt, Staff Writer
Yes, the ACC is a basketball conference. However, it is still a strong football league with perennial contenders such as Miami, Florid State, and Virginia Tech that dominate the conference every year. Out of the blue in 2006, Wake Forest shocked the college football world. The Deacons....[MORE]

SCS.com2007 BASEBALL PREVIEW: THE ACC January 27, 2007
By Eddie, Staff Writer
Last year was a banner year for the ACC. The conference sent seven teams to the postseason, and four teams hosted regionals. Clemson, North Carolina, Georgia Tech, and Miami all advanced to Omaha, and the Tar Heels played for the national title. The 2007 season looks to be....[MORE]

SCS.comHOOPS PREVIEW 2006-2007: THE ACC November 13, 2006
By Jeff, Staff Writer wraps up the conference preview portion of our preseason look ahead to the college hoops season with a glance inside both the ACC and SEC, perhaps the best two conferences in America this year. Annual favorites North Carolina and Duke are again expected to be....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2006: THE ACC August 2, 2006
By Jonathan, Editor
Florida State and Miami look to be the early favorites in their respective divisions this fall, though a number of other teams are certainly capable of making a championship run if things fall into place. In the Atlantic, Boston College is always a consistent squad, while NC State and....[MORE]

SCS.comHOOPS PREVIEW '05: HIGH-MAJORS, PART IV November 15, 2005
By Jeff, Staff Writer
With the 2005-2006 college hoops season really heating up this week, concludes its look at the individual conferences in part four of the high-major previews. Two of the best league's in the country, the ACC and Big East, are previewed in this edition. Each preview includes....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEWING THE 2005 ACC August 15, 2005
By Jonathan, Editor
The ACC finally has its full complement of a dozen teams and will play the league's first ever conference championship game this fall. Florida State looks to be the favorite in the Atlantic Division, though every squad on that side of the conference has the potential to win six....[MORE]

By Jonathan, Editor
Clemson star Kris Harvey recently took time to answer a few questions from Harvey, who pithces and plays outfield and infield, is a returning junior for head coach Jack Leggett's Tigers. After being named First Team All-ACC following the 2004 season....[MORE]

SCS.comONE ON ONE WITH DANIEL BARD February 25, 2005
By Jonathan, Editor
University of North Carolina starting pitcher Daniel Bard recently took time to answer a few questions from Bard is one of the top pitchers in the Atlantic Coast Conference and is a returning sophomore in Chapel Hill. After finishing 2004....[MORE]

By Jonathan, Editor
Georgia Tech outfielder Steven Blackwood recently took time to answer a few questions from Blackwood is one of the top players in the ACC and is a returning junior for the Yellow Jackets. A member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll during the 2003 season....[MORE]

By Jonathan, Editor
Florida State infielder Ryne Malone recently took time to answer a few questions from Malone is one of the top players in the ACC and is a returning sophomore in Tallahassee. After being named to Louisville Slugger's Freshman All-American team in 2004....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEWING THE 2004 ACC August 16, 2004
By Dave Fitzgerald, ACC Columnist
2004 marks the beginning of a new era in the ACC, as the conference expands to 11 schools this year and 12 next year. Widely regarded around the country as FSU's free pass to the BCS over the past few years, the ACC has added two football powerhouses into the mix this year....[MORE]

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