Well, ACCtually: The Archives

These days, everyone has a podcast. It’s lame. It’s so 2021.

The cool kids — the ones who really have their finger on the pulse of the cultural zeitgeist — those kids don’t do podcasts. They do Twitter Spaces. I mean, think about it. It’s basically the same as being best friends with Elon Musk. Or something like that.

Anyway, I’ve teamed up with Andrea Adelson for a regular Twitter Spaces discussion on all things ACC, and if you’ve missed any of the episodes, you can catch up on them all here.

May 23, 2022: We’re ranking the ACC’s quarterback situations, 1-14 with our special guest, Roddy Jones. Who’s the biggest wild card? Who’s the sleeper pick? Who’s most critical to their team? We answer all those questions and at least one of us might be right.

May 16, 2022: Checking in with the dean of ACC media, the great David Teel. We talk about increased football investment at Virginia and Virginia Tech, the future of the ACC’s middle/lower-tier teams, how the ACC might’ve avoided financial hardship, plus which UVA/VT beat writer would look best with a mustache.

May 9, 2022: Live from the ACC spring meetings, we talk NIL enforcement, ending divisions in the ACC and we catch up with UNC athletic director Bubba Cunningham.

May 2, 2022: NC State offensive lineman Grant Gibson discusses Jordan Davis, Ikem Ekwonu, NC State’s big expectations, getting the running game going in 2022, Dave Doeren’s beard, NIL gone wild and lots, lots more.

April 25, 2022: NFL draft preview with ESPN’s Jordan Reid, with discussion on Mario Goodrich, Justyn Ross, Ikem Ekwonu, Zion Johnson, Andrew Booth, Sam Howell and many others from the ACC.

April 18, 2022: Is Clemson still the ACC’s best team? We talked with Larry Williams of Tigers Illustrated and Matt Connelly of On3 to get the latest on the QB battle, the search for O-line help, Dabo’s aversion to the portal and what the new offensive staff means for 2022.

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