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Oct. 20, 2010
This week ACC All Access prepares for the approach of basketball season by taking a look at some of the conference’s most exciting Midnight Madness events. Duke and Clemson, among others, make the list.
The program also profiles the Clemson Tigers’ “Thunder and Lightning” duo, running backs Andre Ellington and Jamie Harper, and takes a trip down memory lane in an “Old School” segment with a look at the Maryland Terrapins’ win in the 1953 National Championship.
The Road to Charlotte details this weekend’s rematch of the 2009 ACC Championship game, Clemson versus Georgia Tech, as well as headliners like Miami at North Carolina and Boston College at Maryland.
And in this week’s Hog Blog, Mike Hogewood takes a look at Tar Heel quarterback T.J. Yates, whose stats—he has only one interception for 182 attempts this season—have drawn the attention of teammates and competitors alike.
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