ACC good at being its own worst enemy
The ACC’s unparalleled unpredictability and exciting conference race are two of the league’s greatest attributes, but they’re also its biggest faults.
What happened on Saturday in Atlanta represents everything that’s great about college football. After back-to-back losses, Georgia Tech shocked the sport with its upset of then-ranked No. 5 Clemson and the Yellow Jackets single-handedly changed the face of the BCS picture. In the grand scheme of things, though, this was the worst thing that could have happened to the ACC.
That the ACC needs a national title contender has become a tired, old storyline. Clemson, though, was a refreshing answer to it. Until Saturday. Not only did Clemson lose this past weekend,
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