Sept. 10, 2008
In his second season at the University of North Carolina, head football coach Butch Davis hopes to improve on the 4-8 record that the Tar Heels posted in 2007. ACC All Access’ Jenn Hildreth profiles Davis, who has coached in 11 postseason bowl games as a collegiate coach and two Super Bowls in the NFL, and his goals for his Tar Heel squad in 2008.
Two Georgia Tech athletes were awarded one of the highest honors in sports – They competed in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. Jen Yee, a sophomore softball player, represented Canada, while senior Gal Nevo swam for Israel. ACC All Access reporter Heather Catlin talks to the athletes about their experiences at the Olympics and the hard work it took to get there.
And ACC All Access counts down the top five names Blue Devils head coach David Cutcliffe will have the most trouble pronouncing on this year’s Duke football roster, including Vince Oghobaase, Ayanga Okpokowuruk, Michael Tauiliili, Greg Akinbiyi and Chris Rwanbukamba.
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