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ACC Daily Links, Feb. 3

Monday, February 3, 2014 8:32am
By: Carlos Collazo

Boston College
The Eagles continue to struggle late in games this season, losing by three points in overtime to Notre Dame after leading in the first half. 

Clemson will have a bit of drama on National Signing Day, with two long-time targets making their decision Wednesday. The Tigers withstood FSU on the basketball court over the weekend in a low-scoring affair and came away with a 53-49 win.

The Blue Devils lost a battle of second chances against Syracuse Saturday night. Nicole Auerbach breaks down the game and explains why the Orange were able to win.

Florida State
Johnathan Vickers is happy to find a home at Florida State after deciding to stay in town for college. He's looking forward to playing with a talented FSU backfield. The Seminoles could have a big problem on the court now that Ian Miller is injured. 

Georgia Tech
The Yellow Jackets recently picked up a commitment from junior-college defensive end Kenderius Whitehead. JacketsOnline.com has highlights from Georgia Tech's win against Wake Forest Saturday.

The Terrapins picked up a much-needed win against Virginia Tech Saturday. Three of their next four games are against UNC, Duke and Virginia. During the game, Seth Allen delivered the most complete game of his college career.

Miami is barely outside of the top 10 of 247Sports team recruiting rankings. Matt Porter has a field guide to the Hurricane's 2014 recruiting class.

North Carolina
Brian Barbour looked back at Kendall Marshall's 16-assist game in 2011 on Super Bowl Sunday. Breaking even at .500 in conference isn't nearly good enough for the Tar Heels.

N.C. State
N.C. State had four former players in the Super Bowl, including the guy under center calling the shots for Seattle's offense. The Wolfpack lost for the 11th straight time at the Smith Center over the weekend, adding to their list of disappointing road games.

Notre Dame
The Irish also had a representative in the Super Bowl, with Golden Tate picking up a ring of his own with the Seattle Seahawks. Andrew Hall wonders if Notre Dame will have three players taken in the first round once the NFL draft comes along.

The Panthers fell to Virginia in the last minute of a defensive-minded 48-45 game. After being one of the favorites to win the conference just a week ago, Pitt has fallen pretty hard after back-to-back losses to Duke and Virginia.

Matt Roe and Brent Axe talk about why C.J. Fair's NBA draft stock is so low at this point. Mike Brey's philosophy for beating the zone is going to be one of the five things to watch for in Syracuse's game against Notre Dame.

The Cavaliers picked up a big win in their away game against Pitt Sunday and are currently sitting in second place in the ACC. Cavalier Insider takes a look at how good the Cavaliers are this season.

Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech's first quarterback recruits since 2010 mark the beginning of an offensive rebuilding period for the Hokies. Casey Richey takes a look at each of the former Virginia Tech players involved in the Super Bowl.

Wake Forest
The Demon Deacons dropped their second home game to Georgia Tech 79-70 Saturday. Wake has now lost two in a row, and has to take on the Blue Devils at Cameron Indoor Stadium Tuesday.