It's time again for the latest ACCSports.com Podcast, presented by Smithfield's Chicken 'N Bar-B-Q.)
Musical selections this week: two covers of the song ""The Letter", the first by Al Green and the second by Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen.
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Here are time stamps from a few of the topics that Hayes Permar and Jim Young discussed on Tuesday afternoon:
0:08- Hayes gives the show rundown.
1:03 - The no-win question for a coach: How important is the game with (insert rival here)?
4:43 - This week's installment of "Running Backs In Limbo," featuring N.C. State's Shadrach Thornton and Wake's Josh Harris.
8:32 - The news of Harris' reinstatement was broken by ... Josh Harris on his Twitter account. Score another one for social media.
14:40 - FSU freshman QB Jameis Winston shows that he's ready ... for the media at least.
16:17 - Fan psychology - Nobody can make fun of our former players, except us!!!!
19:53 - THE ACC IS AWESOME IN THE NFL PRESEASON!!! WOOOOOT!!!!
24:21 - Jim references a movie to pay Hayes a compliment, but it wasn't a musical, so Hayes didn't get it. This is followed by an in-depth discussion of media pickup basketball.
28:27 - Triangle Media Poker. It's happening, people. And Hayes has Jim's back. Similar to the fan principal - Hayes can make fun of Jim all day long, but the rest of you, BACK OFF. Also, OMG HAYES HAS NEVER WATCHED THE WIRE!!!!!!!
34:32 - Hayes has no time for your ACC Party School banter. But hey ... Syracuse?
40:28 - UNC AD Bubba Cunningham had some interesting thoughts about the "super division" concept. And Jay Bilas starts some serious Twitter fun with his scathing attack on the NCAA online store.