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ACC coaches have theory on SEC football success

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

As the ACC continues to struggle to earn respect on a national level, Duke coach David Cutcliffe and Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher, two men with coaching backgrounds in the SEC, agree that one major advantage the SEC has is playing on a national stage every single Saturday. While teams like Florida State and Clemson are recruiting on par with the SEC and dominating within their own league, neither of them are routinely playing the kind of daunting schedules in unforgiving environments like the ones that have been created throughout stadium giants in the SEC. (ESPN.com)

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