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Nov. 3, 2010
The Florida State Seminoles swept the ACC Cross Country Championships this year, as its men’s team captured a victory for the first time in school history and its women’s secured the title for the fourth consecutive year. ACC All Access recaps the competition.
Then ACC All Access heads to the University of Maryland, where All Access intern and former Maryland field hockey player Nicole Muracco shows us what it means to be a Terrapin at the school’s annual Athletic Alumni Weekend.
The Road to Charlotte previews three of this weekend’s important conference match-ups: Maryland at Miami, NC State at Clemson and North Carolina at Florida State.
And in this week’s Hog Blog, Mike Hogewood takes a look at the University of Maryland’s considerable improvement from last year, tripling its wins from 2009 after Week 9 of the current season. “It’s time to ‘Fear the Turtle’ again,” he says.
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