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Sept. 14, 2011
FOX Sports Carolinas has an ACC football doubleheader Saturday starting at 12:30 p.m. ET with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets hosting the Kansas Jayhawks at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta. Rich Waltz will handle the play-by-play duties alongside Keith Jones as analyst and Jenn Hildreth on the sidelines. Then to Blacksburg, VA at 4:00 p.m. ET where the Arkansas State Indians visit the Virginia Tech Hokies at Lane Stadium/Worsham Field. The play-by-play announcer will be Mike Hogewood, the analyst will be John Bunting and the sideline reporter will be Sammy Linebaugh.
Randy Edsall, first-year head football coach at Maryland, spent the previous 12 seasons as head coach at the University of Connecticut where he took the program from FCS (formerly Division I-AA) status to five bowl games, including a BCS contest. Edsall goes one-on-one with ACC All Access to discuss his career and explain why coaching at Maryland is his dream job.
ACC All Access previews a huge week in ACC football in "The Road to Charlotte," taking a look at the biggest match-ups including:
West Virginia @ Maryland
Kansas @ Georgia Tech (on FOX Sports South/FOX Sports Carolinas/FOX Sports Tennessee)
2010 BCS National Champion Auburn @ Clemson
#16 Ohio State @ Miami
#1 Oklahoma @ #5 Florida State
And Georgia Tech was picked to finish fourth in the ACC Coastal Division in the pre-season, but right now the Yellow Jackets look like a team that will make a run at the division title. In the ACC All Access Hog Blog, Mike Hogewood discusses how, with the Georgia Tech offense rolling again, the Yellow Jackets may be a sleeper team in the ACC.
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