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Oct. 27, 2010
This week's ACC All Access features a player profile of Boston College's Montel Harris, the school's first junior and fourth-ever to pass the 3000-yard career rushing mark.
Then, in honor of the holiday, ACC All Access showcases a list of the conference's top tricks and treats, including a number of trick plays and scary-good stats.
The Road to Charlotte previews two of the weekend's conference match-ups, Wake Forest at Maryland and Miami at Virginia. Miami and Maryland are both vying for top spots in their respective divisions, so with Week 9 upon them, the addition or absence of a tic under the schools' win columns could be consequential.
And in this week's Hog Blog, Mike Hogewood details Dabo Swinney and the Clemson Tigers' recent turnaround, winning two big conference games after having lost three in a row.
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