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Dec. 8, 2010
This week, ACC All Access takes a look back at the 2010 season's conference champions for a number of sports: football (Virginia Tech), volleyball (Duke), men's cross country (Florida State), women's cross country (Florida State), women's field hockey (Maryland), men's soccer (Maryland) and women's soccer (Wake Forest).
An especially close look is taken at the Maryland field hockey team, whose members reached the NCAA Championship for the seventh time in school history this year. ACC All Access takes viewers behind the scenes with coaches and players both before the game and after the Terrapin triumph.
And in this week's Hog Blog, Virginia Tech quarterback Tyrod Taylor is recognized for being named the ACC Player of the Year and the ACC Championship Game MVP in Virginia Tech's win over Florida State for the conference title. Mike Hogewood says the latter was a "Taylor" made moment.
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