ACC Nation Podcast
Clemson And Louisville: ‘Voices Of’ Football Preview
On this week’s episode of ACC Nation Podcast. The play-by-play voices of Clemson and Louisville football join us for a preview of the season. Don Munson and Paul Rogers give us an insider’s view of what to expect from the Tigers and Cardinals this fall. We have a quick look at sports news from around the ACC and NCAA. Jim and Will look at Athlon Sports’ preview of the ACC. Who they expect to be in the championship game and who's hot and on the hot seat in the coaching ranks. Pitt debuts their new lacrosse program with the announcement of a head coach that the Panthers nabbed from James Madison. The Big Ten/ACC women's basketball schedule is out. We'll have more on the website. News from the NCAA includes women's wrestling, changes to basketball and core penalties become tougher. Who's the new guy at the helm of Florida State baseball? The list of ACC student-athletes nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year honors. Clemson And Louisville The Commonwealth's Cup could decide who heads to the ACC Football Championship this year. Will looks at the Coastal and explains why he feels good about Virginia. Who are the top three teams in the Coastal Division? Will wants to know why Phil Steele has a 'fascination' (obsession?) with Miami. How does it all play out in the Atlantic? Will has questions about Syracuse and the middle of the pack. Don Munson - The Voice Of The Clemson Tigers How Clemson built themselves into a powerhouse. What Trevor Lawrence contributes to the team. The key to offensive success. What is the X factor that makes it all come together at Clemson? Is there a 600 lb gorilla in the room? Never overlook the ACC when it comes to your schedule. Coach On The Hot Seat Who's on the hot seat in the ACC? Who's the hot coach in the conference. It's all about recruiting. The top 3 sleeper teams. Paul Rogers - The Voice Of The Louisville Cardinals Scott Satterfield brings in a new attitude - What he's doing to make changes. The challenges of implementing a new scheme with limited recruiting. Lots of 'dis but not enough of 'dat. Will Louisville's offense find a consistent running attack? Building the offensive line. The schedule - Murderer's Row?