FSU goes back to the basics, upsets Virginia Tech 63-59 - Tomahawk Nation
A much, much needed win.
The Fun In Funeral: 2011 College Football's Dark New Orleans Sendoff - SBNation.com
Spencer Hall attends a funeral in New Orleans, the only possible final resting place for the 2011 college football season.
WATCH THE THROWN - Every Day Should Be Saturday
Just read it, haha.
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Big BCS change likely coming in wake of all SEC championship game - Andy Staples - SI.com
Conference commissioners met Tuesday in wake of controversial BCS title game / Existing deal runs through 2013 season, but we could hear new plan this summer / Current system won't survive; move to plus-one and away from AQ status is likely.
Early 2012 ACC power rankings - ACC Blog - ESPN
FSU finished 2011 as the ACC's best team, and loses the least, so it makes sense the the 'Noles to start at the top.
5. Florida St. Seminoles. Today's freshmen are tomorrow's sophomores, and while FSU will still be young enough to take a couple of accidental steps backwards, it is impossible to ignore the number of intriguing players they will have: ends Brandon Jenkins and Bjoern Wener, quarterback E.J. Manuel, young receivers Rashad Greene, Kenny Shaw, etc., a deep (and still young) offensive line, corners Greg Reid and Xavier Rhodes, etc. The Seminoles become bigger, faster and deeper each year.
18. Clemson Tigers. Oh, that defense. Andre Ellington is returning alongside quarterback Tajh Boyd and receiver Sammy Watkins, so Clemson should absolutely be a top-25 team because of the offense alone, but to say the least, they have a lot to prove on the defensive side of the ball. ESPN's Matt Millen and Robert Smith both named the Tigers a top-five team for 2012, and ... yeah. Can't agree with that.