The ACC Championship Game may already be a distant memory to some, but for those looking to witness the game from my point of view, here is your chance. Below is the photo set I set up on Flickr today.
It was acold evening in Charlotte for the ACC championship game. Not so much for me and my northern blood traveling south for the day, but certainly for anyone from the deeper south than I. Like Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher, for instance.
Moments after the final seconds ticked off the clock to wrap up Florida State’s first ACC championship since 2005, holding on to beat Georgia Tech 20-15, Fisher was given the standard postgame sports drink bath by a couple of his players.
How did it feel?
“Whoo, is that cold!”
Better you than I coach. Here is a brief look at the on-field celebration as Florida State clinched a spot in the Orange Bowl.
With Michael Felder
Today I took on the responsibility of putting together The Crystal Ball Run Podcast to recap the weekend’s action and take a look to the conference championship games that are all set up. To do so I was joined by my co-staff writer on The Crystal Ball Run Michael Felder, of In The Bleachers. Together we take a look at LSU vs. Georgia in the SEC championship, Wisconsin vs. Michigan State in the Big Ten championship, Oregon vs. UCLA in the Pac 12 championship, Virginia Tech vs. Clemson in the ACC championship and Houston vs. Southern Mississippi in the Conference USA championship. In addition we touch on this weekend’s Bedlam game, which serves as the Big 12 championship game between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, Urban Meyer and his new job at Ohio State.
We will have more on these championship games this week on The Crystal Ball Run as well as right here on this site. Be sure to check them out.
The Crystal Ball Run Podcast is available on Podomatic but I’ll be feeding any episodes I am a part of on the No 2-Minute Warning Podcast feed to get it out there.
Have a listen to the podcast below, then make sure you are subscribed to the No 2-Minute Warning Podcast on iTunes, and follow the show on Get Glue! Follow Felder on Twitter (follow me too). And don’t forget, this podcast can be heard at anytime on Stitcher Radio (and click here for a promo code to get started and a chance to win $100)!
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