ACC All Access

Sept. 21, 2011

ACC All Access previews another action packed Saturday in ACC Football in the "Road To Charlotte." Clemson and Florida State battle at Clemson's Death Valley for the early lead in the ACC Atlantic Division while North Carolina travels to Atlanta to take on Georgia Tech. This week's ACC match-up on FOX Sports Carolinas features the Virginia Cavaliers, who host the Southern Miss Golden Eagle Saturday, September 24 at 3:30 p.m. ET

Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd completed 30 of 42 passes for 386 yards and four touchdowns without an interception in Clemson's 38-24 victory that ended Auburn's 17-game winning streak Saturday. ACC All Access has a player profile on Boyd, who also rushed for 30 yards giving him 416 yards of total offense, fourth most in Clemson history.

The ACC Women's Soccer player of the week Katie Stengel was named also named National Player of the Week by both the NSCAA and Soccer America after leading the Wake Forest Demon Deacons to wins over No. 3 Florida State and South Carolina last week. Stengel scored both of Wake Forest's goals in a 2-0 shutout of the Seminoles before finding the back of the net once in a 2-0 win over the Gamecocks. For her performances, she was also made Top Drawer Soccer's National Team of the Week and CollegeSoccer360.com's list of Primetime Performers of the Week. ACC All Access takes a closer look at Stengel, who ranks first in the ACC and fifth nationally with 11 goals through the Deacons' first nine games this season and has been an integral part of No. 7 Wake Forest's 8-1-0 (1-0-0 ACC) start.

Then ACC All Access talks to ACC Commissioner John Swofford about how the Atlantic Coast Conference now truly lives up to its name after adding Syracuse and Pitt to its roster, and Mike Hogewood says Pitt and Syracuse are a great fit for the conference and a great conference just got better in the ACC All Access Hog Blog. For questions, comments or feature ideas concerning ACC All Access, please email us at acc_allaccess@foxsports.net.

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