Dec. 11, 2008
The Virginia Tech Hokies defeated the Boston College Eagles 30-12 in the 2008 ACC Football Championship Game. ACC All Access covers the action behind the scenes and on the field and recaps the Hokies’ big win.
The fourth-ranked University North Carolina women’s soccer team rallied past top-ranked Notre Dame 2-1 to take the crown in the championship game of the 2008 NCAA Women's College Cup. ACC All Access takes a closer look at the team’s 100th NCAA Tournament win, which delivered its 19th NCAA championship.
And in the ACC All Access Hog Blog, Mike Hogewood reviews the ACC fall championships that have led to two national champions, Maryland field hockey and North Carolina women’s soccer, and could gain a third with three teams (Maryland, North Carolina, Wake Forest) in the NCAA men’s soccer quarterfinals.
The show will air on Thursday at 6 p.m. ET on FOX Sports South, FOX Sports Carolinas and FOX Sports Tennessee. It can also be seen on Friday at 9 a.m. on SportSouth.
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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 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 nine 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 Georgia, 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.