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Weekly ACC Roundup 5/24: Sailing, Tennis, and Lacrosse Edition

More news and notes from ACC country.


It's Friday, which means it's now time for our weekly ACC roundup. Last week seemed to generate a good response, so we're back at it. This week, we've got quite a wide array of activities to please all demographics. Except maybe Maryland, because they're never happy, are they?

Boston College: Apparently sailing is a thing they do at BC. And apparently their women are quite good. So don't say BC isn't good at anything, ok guys!

Clemson: Dabo and the Tigers received a commitment from a highly sought after RB.

Duke: Coach K is back to coaching Team USA basketball. Also known as the easiest job in America.

Florida State: The Noles dropped their opener in the ACC tourney to Georgia Tech in a pretty spectacular manner.

Georgia Tech: Other than beating the Noles, the Jackets are still talking about their stadium. Even Pitt fans think this is going overboard.

Louisville Maryland: Not much going on in Terp land. Get to know their best football recruit. He should probably just transfer to Louisville.

Miami: Pitt isn't the only team in the ACC with some possibly shutdown corners.

NC State: The Pack knocked off Clemson in the first round of the ACC tourney.

North Carolina: The Heels pretty much dominated the ACC baseball awards this season.

Syracuse: The headline says it all: "Syracuse Lacrosse Players Read Comments From Insane Syracuse Fans"

Virginia: The Hoos won the men's national tennis championship. Don't say the Hoos aren't good at anything either.

Virginia Tech: The Hokies softball team was unable to advance to the finals of the NCAA softball championship. Poor Hokies.

Wake Forest: Blogger So Dear breaks down Syracuse's entrance into the ACC. I'm assuming they're saving the best for last.

And finally, here's some tunes to send you into a long Memorial Day weekend...

The Avett Brothers sing, "Pretty Girl from Annapolis" with a little Bob Marley interlude:

(via crackerfarm)