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ACCSports.com Podcast: Fall Pitfalls

Wednesday, September 11, 2013 11:03am
By: Hayes Permar

It's time again for the latest ACCSports.com Podcast, presented by Smithfield's Chicken 'N Bar-B-Q

The second week of the season is in the books and Jim is feelin' good!

Musical selections this week are from Dinosaur Jr. (Feel The Pain); Wagner (Ride of the Valkyries); Otis Redding (I've Got Dreams To Remember). 

Reminder: you can subscribe to the podcast in iTunes. Just click “view in iTunes” once you reach that link, and then "subscribe for free." If you like this - or even if you don't and just feel sorry for Hayes - you can also rate the podcast and write a positive review. 

Here are a few time stamps to note from their Monday night conversation:

0:11 - Hayes gives the show rundown.

1:00 - Hayes is fully prepared to declare the ACC, "The Best Conference In College Football." Jim starts to praise Miami, and then has to make some changes to his broadcasting environment. 

4:19 - How dedicated is Hayes to the ACC? So dedicated he drafted an All-ACC NFL fantasy team. That's how. 

Aaand, another interruption on Jim's end of the podcast.

9:00 - Boston College travels to Southern Cal. Jim and Hayes are worried that this might be a trap game ... for the Eagles. Also, Wake ... wha' happen? 

20:30 - Hayes gets into all sorts of tricky hypothetical questions, such as, would you take the short-term gain (a win) in exchange for long-term pain (a key injury)? 

24:05 - Jim's world view is shattered when he discovers that Steve Logan ... doesn't really .... hold on, we're getting a little emotional here ... doesn't really like Paul Johnson's offense. (SOB)


30:20 - Let's take some time to appreciate kickers, shall we? 

35:12 - It wouldn't be an ACCSports.com podcast without some Edsall Bowl talk. 

38:00 - UNC, Thursday night football, logistical nightmare. Discuss. 

42:00 - Wedding weekend ... IN THE MIDDLE OF ACC FOOTBALL SEASON!??!! Bwaaah??? This morphs into a heated discussion of whether seersucker can be worn after Labor Day.