Boston College vs Wake Forest | 2014 ACC Football Highlights

Boston College built a 23-3 lead in the 4th quarter and then held on to take down Wake Forest 23-17 in Winston-Salem on Saturday. Jon Hilliman went over 100 yards and got in the end zone twice in the victory. Justin Simmons sealed the game late for the Eagles with an interception of a John Wolford pass.


Georgia Tech's Broderick Snoddy Shrugs Off Defenders for TD Run | ACC Must See Moment

Check out the persistence of Georgia Tech running back Broderick Snoddy as he fights his way 28 yards to the end zone for his third touchdown of the game.



Best of UNC's Marquise Williams vs Virginia

Check out an unbelievable performance by North Carolina quarterback Marquise Williams. Williams threw for 259 yards and scored 3 total touchdowns including a 52-yard rushing touchdown as the Tar Heels beat Virginia 28-27.


UNC QB Marquise Williams Talks Big Road Win Over UVA

UNC QB Marquise Williams catches up the ACC Network's Rachel Baribeau to talk his team's exciting 28-27 win over Virginia, the difficulty facing the Cavalier defense and how hard his team has been fighting week after week.



Yellow Jackets Swarm To the Steel City | ACC Now

Another huge game in the Coastal Division as the Yellow Jackets head to the Steel City and try to snap a two game losing streak. Hear from Pitt's Paul Chryst on how the Panthers plan to slow down Georgia Tech's triple option attack.


Miami vs Virginia Tech | 2014 ACC Football Highlights

Miami RB Duke Johnson rushed for a career-high 249 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead the Hurricanes past Virginia Tech 30-6. Gus Edwards also passed the century mark on the ground and scored a pair of touchdowns in the victory.



Best of Miami's Duke Johnson vs Virginia Tech

Check out a career-best performance from Miami running back Duke Johnson against Virginia Tech. Johnson piled up 286 total yards in the game while scoring a pair of touchdowns. Miami rolled to its fifth victory of the season, winning 30-6.


Georgia Tech Forces and Recovers 5 Fumbles in the 1st Quarter vs Pitt

Check out the swarming defense of Georgia Tech, forcing and recovering an amazing five fumbles in the first quarter of its game at Pitt.



Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

 

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) SAAC representatives play an important role in bridging the gap between administrative personnel and the student-athlete body both at their respective institutions and throughout the conference. The committee is designed to incorporate ideas and opinions from student-athletes into legislative decisions that will affect our academic and athletic pursuits. These athletes are developing valuable leadership skills as they address changes in rules and regulations, organize community service events, and build a positive image for collegiate athletes.

ACC SAAC Guiding Principles

The ACC SAAC will be guided by the following principles: ethics, integrity, fairness, and a respect for diversity, which shall include attention to gender, race, ethnicity and sport.

Mission Statement

The Atlantic Coast Conference Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, which represents diverse views and backgrounds of student-athletes, was established to serve as a medium of communication through which student-athletes, conference administrators, institutional representatives, NCAA representatives and coaches discuss and take action on issues relating to rules and regulations; student-athlete welfare; and community service.

History of the ACC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) was created in 1998 with the purpose of reviewing the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) activities and proposed legislation and offer student-athletes input to a variety of Conference constituencies.

The initial committee was comprised of one student-athlete from all nine (9) institutions ensuring that the student-athlete voice accounted for the myriad of educational and athletics experiences of both female and male student-athletes at all ACC member institutions. In May of 2000, the Conference decided to elect two representatives from each school, preferably participants of different seasons with hopes of all sports represented and availability of at least one student-athlete to attend each meeting. May 2001, the conference approved to assign two alternates from each institution with intent to have 2 representatives at each meeting.

Each school is responsible for nominating at least four student-athletes to represent their institution on the SAAC. The ACC will select two student-athletes from each institution. The other two will serve as alternates. There will be one student-athlete from the SAAC who will represent the ACC on the NCAA SAAC.

 

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Links to School SAAC Sites

 

 

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