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Topic - Tom O'Brien
David Amerson knows what it's like to watch your coach get fired from his college days. It's familiar to what's happening now with the Redskins.
The Southeastern Conference is so strong that now even Vanderbilt, yes Vandy, is winning like the Commodores haven't in nearly a century.
Dave Doeren is leaving Northern Illinois after two straight championship seasons to take over at North Carolina State.
Gene Chizik, Frank Spaziani and Danny Hope got the pink slips many expected were coming after disappointing seasons.
North Carolina State coach Tom O'Brien entered the season with hopes of contending for the Atlantic Coast Conference championship. Instead, his program continued its up-and-down ways of the past six years _ which ultimately cost him his job.
North Carolina State coach Tom O'Brien entered the season with hopes of contending for the Atlantic Coast Conference championship. Instead, his program continued its up-and-down ways of the past six years — which ultimately cost him his job.
A quick primer in list format of the ACC.
An overview ACC.
Virginia's four-game homestand opened with a make-or-break contest against Southern Miss. After narrowly losing, the Cavaliers' bowl hopes were on life support.
While N.C. State coach Tom O'Brien bantered with a few reporters about the upcoming college football season at Monday's ACC Kickoff, North Carolina coach Butch Davis sat stoically across the room, doing his best to weather the media onslaught engulfing him from all angles. A total of 56 reporter-types and 33 tape recorders surrounded the coach as he endured countless questions about the state of his embattled program.
Maryland's Ralph Friedgen is the Atlantic Coast Conference's coach of the year for the second time.
North Carolina State is just a win away from a division title that seemed improbable not so long ago.
The last two ACC first-team quarterbacks will meet for the first time when Joshua Nesbitt leads Georgia Tech against Russell Wilson and North Carolina State on Saturday.
The first year had the typical bumps of a coaching transition. The second ended with a bowl loss that secured a losing season. The third was an injury-riddled mess.
North Carolina State head coach Tom O'Brien yells at an official during the second half of an NCAA College football game against North Carolina State at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va., Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011.
"We've had a lot of kind of mental breakdowns during the season ... so it's not all on the coaches at all," he said. "It's on us players, too."