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2014 ACC Football Media Guide

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    wingsrlevel Ramblin' Wreck

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    Eric Retired Co-Founder Staff Member

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    Georgia Tech’s Paul Johnson ranks 11th among all active coaches in wins (154), 9th in victories per active coaches in wins (154), 9th in victories per year (9.09) and his Yellow Jackets have rushed for year (9.09) and his Yellow Jackets have rushed for more yards in his six seasons at Tech than anyone more yards in his six seasons at Tech than anyone else in the nation, averaging 303.4 yards per game
     
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    some think that it's much worse than it actually is. I'm a CPJ fan and believe that he is a good coach and is right for GT. Go Jackets!
     
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    Some random info

    "The ACC’s bowl selection will no longer be bound by the rigidity of a “one-win rule” but will have
    a general list of criteria to emphasize regionality and quality matchups on the fi eld. A one-win rule
    does apply to Notre Dame’s participation in the ACC Bowl structure. Notre Dame is now eligibile
    for ACC Bowl selection beginning with the Capital One Bowl and continuing through the
    league’s bowl selections. However, Notre Dame must be within one win of the ACC available
    team which has the best overall record, in order to be chosen. In other words, if an ACC team
    was 9-3, a 7-5 Notre Dame team could not be chosen in its place. Notre Dame would have to
    be 8-4 to be chosen over a 9-3 league team"

    Active stats heading into this year

    PASSING YARDS
    1. Jameis Winston, FSU ............................4057
    2. Anthony Boone, DU .............................3089
    3. David Watford, UVa ..............................2548
    4. Marquise Williams, UNC .....................1825
    5. Terrel Hunt, SU ......................................1638
    6. Cole Stoudt, CU ....................................... 742
    7. Ryan Williams, UM ................................. 506
    8. Greyson Lambert, UVa ........................... 340
    9. Mark Leal, VT .......................................... 332
    10. Synjyn Days, GT ...................................... 198

    Days is 10th! Wow...shows how many new Qbs in league.

    RUSHING YARDS
    1. Kevin Parks, UVa ...................................2474
    2. Duke Johnson, UM ...............................1867
    3. Shadrach Th ornton, ST .........................1462
    4. Josh Snead, DU ......................................1368
    5. Zach Laskey, GT ....................................1182
    6. Tony Creecy, ST ....................................... 983
    7.. James Conner, UP .................................... 799
    8. Isaac Bennett, UP..................................... 797
    9. J.C. Coleman, VT ..................................... 776
    10. Karlos Williams, FSU .............................. 730
    11. Marquise Williams, UNC ....................... 722
    12. Romar Morris, UNC ............................... 682
    13. Trey Edmunds, VT .................................. 675
    14. Dallas Crawford, UM .............................. 581
    D.J. Howard, CU ...................................... 581
    16. T.J. Logan, UNC ....................................... 533
    17. Terrel Hunt, SU ........................................ 500
    18. Synjyn Days, GT ...................................... 472
    19. B.J. Bostic, GT .......................................... 455
    20. Khalek Shepherd, UVa ............................ 442

    RUSHING YARDS PER CARRY
    (Overall; Minimum 500 yards)
    1 Karlos Williams, FSU ............................. 8.02
    2 Duke Johnson, UM ................................ 6.57
    3. T.J. Logan, UNC ...................................... 5.73
    4 James Conner, UP ................................... 5.47
    5 Josh Snead, DU ....................................... 5.45
    6 Zach Laskey, GT ..................................... 5.45
    7 Marquise Williams, UNC ...................... 5.16
    8 Romar Morris, UNC .............................. 4.94
    9. Terrel Hunt, SU ....................................... 4.72
    10 Isaac Bennett, UP.................................... 4.66


    TACKLES (Overall)
    1. Kelby Brown, DU ..................................... 242
    2. Denzel Perryman, UM ............................ 241
    3. David Helton, DU .................................... 213
    4. Isaiah Johnson, GT .................................. 211
    5. Quayshawn Nealy, GT ............................ 197
    6. Sean Sylvia, BC ......................................... 192
    7. Stephone Anthony, CU ........................... 181
    Anthony Harris, UVa .............................. 181
    9. Kyshoen Jarrett, VT ................................. 161
    10. Merrill Noel, WF ..................................... 152
    11. Kevin Johnson, WF ................................. 147
    12. Henry Coley, UVa .................................... 146
    Daquan Romero, UVa ............................. 146
    14. Tim Scott, UNC ....................................... 140
    15. Demetrious Nicholson, UVa .................. 136
    16. Detrick Bonner, VT ................................. 135

    INTERCEPTIONS
    1. Anthony Harris, VA .................................... 9
    2. Tim Scott, NC .............................................. 7
    3. Quayshawn Nealy, GT ................................ 6
    Kevin Johnson, WF ..................................... 6
    Kendall Fuller, VT ....................................... 6
    6. Merrill Noel, WF ......................................... 5
    Brandon Facyson, VT ................................. 5
     
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    Thanks for the link @wingsrlevel! Some really good info...and a ton to read.
     
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    Eric Retired Co-Founder Staff Member

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    Also I must have missed the "Detroit Lions Bowl"
     
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    Bowl Selection Order

    Orange
    Opponent will be a team from the SEC, Big Ten or Notre Dame. If ACC Champion is in the
    College Football Playoff , a second ACC team will take its place in the Orange Bowl.

    Capital One
    Only if the ACC opponent in the Orange Bowl, in a non-semifi nal year is a team
    from the Big Ten, a maximum of three times in six years.

    Russell Athletic


    Tier One Bowls
    All have equal selection status
    Belk /Hyundai Sun/New Era Pinstripe/Franklin American Mortgage Music City or Taxslayer

    Tier Two Bowls
    Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman Duck Commander Independence
    Detroit Lions Bowl
    (official name TBA)

    Bitcoin St. Petersburg
    After the 2014 and 2016 seasons; all others as conditional selection
    if not filled by Conference USA or American Athletic.
    Birmingham
    Conditional all years if not filled by SEC or American Athletic Conference
     
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    Days in the top 10 in passing yards. Here comes the play him at QB battle cries now. LOL
     

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