Found November 21, 2012 on
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Ugh the day job took it me the last few days so I didn’t have much time to blog, but we have some Holidays coming up and some big games this weekend.
Two of the biggest are Clemson South Carolina and Florida State Florida. Now I reserved opinion on the SEC most of the year. People have called their teams overrated, and others have said some of the teams are NFL caliber.
I am waiting until the 2 best ACC teams face 2 of the better SEC teams, before I make judgement.
If Clemson and FSU loses I would consider major setbacks for the two teams trying join the nations elite. Both have waited all year for this opportunity. Here it is! Check out the previews from the ACCDN.
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