Monday, December 8, 2008

My 2008 ACC Awards Ballot

For whatever reason, I decided to compile the ballots from my fellow ACC bloggers to come up with our 2008 ACC football awards. The ballots should be in to me and/or posted on the various ACC blogs you know and love soon and I'll have the results by the end of the week. For now, here's my ballot for you all to dissect.

Three points for a first place vote, two for second, one for first. Pretty straight-forward.

Offensive POY
1. Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech
- Easy choice.
2. Russell Wilson, NC State
- Does Mike Glennon jump ship?
3. Hakeem Nicks, North Carolina
- Best receiver in the league. Again.

Defensive POY
1. Macho Harris, Virginia Tech
- Because I'm a homer.
2. Nate Irving, NC State
- Irving was injured at points during the year, but was an absolute MEAST when he was on the field. Couldn't be stopped.
3. Mark Herzlich, Boston College
- Can't wait to see Brian from BC Interruption's comment on this one.

Offensive ROY
1. Russell Wilson, NC State
- Another easy one.
2. Darren Evans, Virginia Tech
- Because I'm a homer.
3. Montel Harris, Boston College
- Came on strong at the end of the year.

Defensive POY
1. Sean Spence, Miami
- Has a very bright future.
2. Adewele Ojomo, Miami
- Was occasionally unblockable.
3. Brandon Maye, Clemson
- Was supposed to be overshadowed by other CU freshmen.

ACC COY
1. Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech
- Should be considered for the national award.
2. Jeff Jagodzinski, Boston College
- No one thought BC would win the Atlantic.
3. Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech
- This may have been his best coaching job of his career.

1 comment:

Riggs said...

Talk to us about how we match up against Cinci....please. Will they crumble when they face a legit defense?