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ACC Weekend Preview, Sept. 27 | The ACC Sports Journal

Lauren Brownlow's weekly GIF-tastic look at the narratives for this week in ACC football.

BSD does Q&A with STS

Bart Johnston took the time to chat with Shakin the Southland about this week's titanic struggle in Death Valley. Props to Bart for repping the Old Gold and Black.

Venuto named to ACC Legends class

Jay Venuto, Wake Forest's 1979 ACC Player of the Year was named Wednesday to the 2013 ACC Football Legends class. Highlighting this year's class are Maryland's Boomer Esiason and legendary Syracuse back Floyd Little.

CBS Sports' Top 126 Football Rankings

Our friends at CBS Sports ranked their top 126 college football teams this week. Wake Forest sits at #78: 1 behind Nevada but 1 ahead of ULM. This week's opponent, Clemson, sits at number 5. What are your thoughts?

ESPN article on Tony Chennault

ESPN's Dana O'Neill has a nice article up on former Deac Tony Chennault. It's a bit sad, as it describes Tony's personal situation that led to his transfer (troubled brother, ailing mother), as well as looking at the NCAA double standards when applying the hardship waiver to transferring players. It also serves as a nice catch-up on a former Deac who deserves all our sympathy and respect regardless of how you feel about the exodus of former players under Bzdelik.

Aaron Curry Retires

Great while at Wake Forest but not so great when referencing his alma mater in pre-game introductions and sometimes Twitter, A.C. has retired from pro football at 27.

Chris Paul elected head of NBAPA

Los Angeles Clippers star Chris Paul became the highest profile player in more than a decade to head the National Basketball Players Association, as he was elected president Wednesday after a two-day meeting in Las Vegas.

Chris Paul Elected President of NBA Players Association (NBPA)

He replaces Derek Fisher. Way to go CP3!!! A Wake Forest winner who continues to remind us what success looks and sounds like.

Defense holds upper-hand in first scrimmage

"I was very pleased with the defense," said Grobe. "I thought the defense played faster than the offense today. I thought the offense was kind of walking on egg shells a little bit. I think it will be a great teaching day for us. I think there were some mistakes made out there on both sides of the ball but more on offense than defense."

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