Nov. 4, 2009
- Thursday, November 5 at 6 p.m. ET on FOX Sports Carolinas
- Friday, November 6 at 9 a.m. ET on SportSouth
Maryland field hockey star Katie O’Donnell is the NCAA leader in assists per game with 1.28 and is second in the country in points per game with 3.61. ACC All Access gave O’Donnell a camera to take through her typical day on campus, which includes the Terrapins’ routine leading up to a game and an exam in her tap dance class.
In ACC football, Georgia Tech is at the top of the Coastal Division with Duke not far behind - both the Yellow Jackets and the Blue Devils have one loss in the league. Meanwhile Boston College and Clemson are tied as leaders in the Atlantic Division with Florida State and Wake Forest also in the mix. ACC All Access previews all of this week’s football action, including an Atlantic Division showdown between Florida State and Clemson, in the “Road to Tampa Bay” segment.
And in the ACC All Access Hog Blog, Mike Hogewood takes a closer at Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder, who suffered a rib contusion in the first half of the Seminoles’ game against NC State and still threw for 141 yards during the second half to lead his team to its second straight fourth quarter comeback.
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The regional sports networks serving the Southeast – FOX Sports South, FOX Sports Carolinas and FOX Sports Tennessee – collectively reach more than 12.6 million cable and satellite television households in seven states in the Southeast and are the television home of the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Hawks, Carolina Hurricanes, Charlotte Bobcats, Memphis Grizzlies and the Nashville Predators, as well as the Atlantic Coast Conference and the Southeastern Conference. SportSouth reaches more than 9.4 million homes in six Southeastern states and is the television home of the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Thrashers and Southern Conference. SportSouth also offers expanded coverage of the University of South Carolina and University of Tennessee. Combined, the four networks produce more than 800 live local events each year, including 180 in high definition.