NC State coach: "I don't think it is even at all" being in ACC Atlantic
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The ACC Atlantic is regarded by many as one of the toughest college football conferences in the entire nation alongside the SEC West in the last few seasons with the elite play of Clemson, Florida State, and upward trending Louisville.
Nobody really looks forward to playing Boston College either with their tough, hard-nosed brand of defense.
North Carolina State coach Dave Doeren was interviewed by The David Glenn Show on Monday and he had the following comment about the Atlantic Division and how unfair it for his team to be playing in the tough Atlantic division compared to the Coastal.
“Realignment is a conversation that does take place every year,” Doeren said. “The problem with that is, right now, if you’re in the Coastal, you don’t want to change. If you’re in the Atlantic, some of us do. You’re not going to get a majority vote on that. I don’t think it’s even at all right now. But in time, that could change.”
In a related topic, Clemson has won 11 out of the last 12 contests against the Wolfpack.
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