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Oct. 13, 2010
This week ACC All Access follows the Georgia Tech volleyball team through a successful weekend in the Sunshine State as they defeated both Miami and nationally ranked Florida State. The Yellow Jackets carried a flip cam as they traveled, and provide viewers with an inside look at college volleyball.
Then ACC All Access features a list of notable number retirements, including Roman Gabriel of North Carolina State and Clint Castleberry of Georgia Tech.
The Road to Charlotte previews two of the weekend’s critical match-ups, Maryland at Clemson and North Carolina at Virginia, as week seven of the season comes to a head.
And in this week’s Hog Blog, Mike Hogewood takes a look at the Florida State football program and its recovery from an overwhelming 47-14 loss to Oklahoma in September. Hot off a four-game winning streak, “the Seminoles are sizzling,” Mike says.
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