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What to watch in the ACC: Week 11

Thursday, November 08, 2012

Georgia Tech is the next team that gets to figure out how to slow Giovani Bernard, who had 304 all-purpose yards the last time out against NC State. Bernard had a terrific game against the Jackets last season, with 202 all-purpose yards (155 yards rushing, 47 yards receiving) but that was before he added returns to his resume. Georgia Tech has won three straight in the series. (ESPN.com)

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