Florida State vs Providence | 2014-15 ACC Men's Basketball Highlights

The Noles came up short against Providence in the Hall of Fame Tip Off Tournament, 80-54. Aaron Thomas led FSU with 16 points and 5 rebounds.


Burt Reynolds Plants the Spear at FSU | ACC Must See Moment

Former FSU halfback and movie star Burt Reynolds plants the spear before his alma mater takes the field against Boston College for this ACC Must See Moment.



Wake Forest's Dave Clawson Elated Over First ACC Win

Wake Forest head coach Dave Clawson describes what it feels like to get his first ACC win. The Demon Deacons took down Virginia Tech in double overtime when Mike Weaver hit a game-winning field goal!


Virginia Tech vs Wake Forest | 2014 ACC Football Highlights

Wake Forest secured its 1st ACC win of the season, as Mike Weaver nailed a 39-yard FG in the 2nd OT for the victory. The Demon Deacons took down Virginia Tech 6-3, ending a 6-game losing streak. The Hokies will have to beat their rival, Virginia, next week to become bowl eligible.



Marshall vs Louisville | 2014-15 ACC Basketball Highlights

Terry Rozier and Wayne Blackshear combined to score 33 points as the #7 Cardinals improved to 3-0 on the season over Marshall. The win was number 698 in Rick Pitino's collegiate coaching career as the Cardinals outscored the Thundering Herd 85-67.


Louisville's Wayne Blackshear Throws Down Alley-Oop | ACC Must See Moment

Louisville forward Wayne Blackshear throws down a thunderous alley-oop off the pretty fast break pass from Terry Rozier in this ACC Must See Moment.



UVA's Justin Anderson Amazing Reverse Alley Oop | ACC Must See Moment

Watch as UVA guard Justin Anderson gets open on the baseline and skies for the Amazing reverse Alley-Oop in this ACC Must See Moment.


Boston College vs Florida State | 2014 ACC Football Highlights

The #3 Florida State Seminoles survived another scare Saturday afternoon, beating Boston College 20-17 with a last second 26-yard field goal from Robert Aguayo. The Eagles outrushed the Seminoles, gobbling up 240 yards on the the ground. Jameis Winston finished the game with 281 pass yards, a touchdown and an interception. With the win, the Noles pick up their 27th straight win and look ahead to in-state rival Florida next Saturday.



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.

 

Boston College Clemson Duke Florida State Georgia Tech Louisville Miami North Carolina NC State Notre Dame Pittsburgh Syracuse Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest

Links to School SAAC Sites

 

 

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