NCAA College Preview – Atlantic Coast Conference
The Atlantic Coast Conference is one of the best conferences in the south east just behind the strongest conference in the Southeastern Conference. The Atlantic division of the ACC is generally the stronger of the two divisions and usually puts forth some of the best ranked teams in NCAA Football. This year things look like it will get better Wake Forest, Clemson, and few others on the outside looking in. The hardest part in playing in the ACC is getting through the season with a conference as strong and as talented as the ACC has.
Clemson Tigers: In 2007 Clemson looked ready for a promising year, but never lived up to expectations. For 2008 they may live just live up to those expectations. The offense returns what could be the best offense in the NCAA led by Cullen Harper, James Davis, and C.J. Spiller. The offensive line has some question marks but they only have to average to allow this team to score. What may dictate this season is theufabet เว็บตรงทางเข้า Clemson Tigers look to have the toughest schedule in the ACC. even so we predict First Place in the ACC Atlantic Division at 10-2
Wake Forest Demon Deacons: Last years strong play was not a fluke and they will look to build on it in 2008 as they look to take the crown in the Atlantic division. Last years goal was to improve the running game and let the defense dominant like last year. They can easily do that with nine starters returning and Jim Grobe at the helm. If their offense develops behind Josh Adams develops they could go undefeated behind an awesome defense and even with the hard schedule. Look for the Deacons to finish second in the ACC Atlantic at 9-3
Maryland Terrapins: Maryland has one edge above the other teams in the ACC Atlantic division and that is they have the best offensive line in the ACC. Last year’s running backs need to be replaced but with a dominating offensive line anyone can run behind it. The defense will have look to fill the huge void left by linebacker E.J. Henderson and don’t return any standouts. Having a great coach and a running game that should control the clock and overall they will perform better than most expect with a third place finish in the ACC Atlantic at 8-4
Florida St. Seminoles: Will this be the year that the Seminoles return to national prominence? It doesn’t look good. The Atlantic Coast