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April 29, 2010
In a special spring football edition of ACC All Access, Jenn Hildreth previews all 12 teams in the Coastal and Atlantic divisions and tells viewers which squads will make the biggest impact on ACC football in 2010.
In this week’s Hog Blog, ACC All Access’ Mike Hogewood says teams like Virginia and Duke are progressively getting better and could make bowl game appearances at the end of the season.
And ACC All Access lists the Top 5 things to look forward to in the 2010 football season, including new coaches at Florida State and Virginia, outstanding running backs throughout the league and resilient athletes making comebacks.
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