Thursday, November 3, 2005

Week 10

Game of the Week

#3 Virginia Tech vs #5 Miami 7:45 ET ESPN

A game that will more than likely decide the Coastal Division representative for the inaugural ACC Championship, as the Hokies and Hurricanes square off in Blacksburg. The Hokies have won 7 out of the last 10 meetings, including the last two.
Hurricanes Begin Preparation for Hokies
Hurricanes Take on Undefeated Virginia Tech
All Eyes on Blacksburg as Hokies and Hurricanes Battle
Miami vs. Virginia Tech
Hokies' growth is measured in games against Hurricanes
Va. Tech better than '04? Players think so
Recent history says Hokies own Canes
Miami, VT try to keep national title hopes alive
Miami's Wright set for his biggest challenge
Virginia Tech-Miami game could have big implications
Hokies hoping to show Miami a cold reception

Notre Dame vs Tennessee 2:30 ET NBC
The Volunteers look to put the pieces back together on their fragmented season in South Bend on Saturday. Last season, with Notre Dame struggling and Tennessee on their way to the SEC Championship Game, the Fighting Irish went into Knoxville and beat Tennessee. Vols Offensive Coordinator Randy Sanders relinquished his duties this weak after another dismal offensive performance against South Carolina last week.
Notre Dame - Tennessee Weekend Information And Notes
Weis Press Conference
Football Faces Tennessee In Third Straight Home Game

#9 FSU vs NC State 3:30 ET ABC
NC State Head Coach Chuck Amato may be fighting for his job in a game against his old boss, Bobby Bowden. The Wolfpack look like they might miss a bowl game for the second straight year. Meanwhile, FSU is looking to take the final step towards securing a spot in the ACC Championship. Amato and his Wolfpack teams have played FSU tough as of late. NC State was the first ACC team to win in Tallahassee.
Seminole Practice Notes
Wolfpack Take Winning Attitude into FSU Game
No. 9 Florida State on brink of division title
Seminoles suffering key voids
Amato feeling the heat
Q&A with Bobby Bowden

Georgia Tech vs Wake Forest 1:30 ET
Wake Forest and Georgia Tech come into Saturday both on two game winning streaks. The Yellow Jackets are looking to become bowl eligible for the ninth straight year. Last week, Deamon Deacon running back Chris Barclay garnered co-offensive player of the week last week, while Tech DE Eric Henderson garnered them on defensive side of the ball as defensive lineman of the week.
Q&A with Chan Gailey, Kenny Scott, Eric Henderson
WF Tuesday Press Conference Quotes
GT Notes on Wake Game
Jackets Entertain Wake Forest in Final ACC Home Game
Jim Grobe Press Conference Quotes
Wake Forest rides winning streak into game against Georgia TechGeorgia Tech's bowl hopes high

Arkansas vs South Carolina 12:30 ET JP Sports
Spurrier’s Gamecocks roll into Fayeteville this week after a road victory at Tennessee last week. The Razorbacks had the week to prepare for the showdown after narrowly missing on an upset at Georgia. South Carolina can become bowl eligible with a win.
Arkansas Prepares for Gamecocks
Arkansas Makes Progress During Bye Week
Steve Spurrier Press Conference Quotes
Gamecocks Begin Preparations for Arkansas
Other SEC Game Previews
SEC Week 10 Previews

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