Today at the ACC Football Kickoff, coaches take center stage to answer question on the state of their program. Spaziani, Cutcliffe, Johnson and Friedgen will kick off the day's action at 3:30 PM ET. Just like yesterday, you can watch the interviews streaming online at theACC.com. Hopefully, the league office has worked out the sound issues from yesterday.
You can also follow along on Twitter searching for the hashtag #ACCfbk. While we're not in Greensboro, we'll be tweeting (and re-tweeting) stuff throughout the day. You can follow us at bcinterruption.
Day 1 recap after the jump.
The story of the day was, of course, the return of Mark Herzlich ...
Castonzo, Herzlich Meet With ACC Media - BCEagles.com
Official coverage of day 1 of the ACC Media Days from BCEagles.com.
Extended player interviews: Boston College - WRAL Sports
You can watch yesterday's player interviews over at WRAL Sports' website.
BC's Herzlich Turns His Attention To Playing Field - ESPN.com
ESPN's Mark Schlabach covers the return.
Mark Herzlich, Cancer Beaten, Provides Most Inspirational Story Of NCAA Season - Sports Grid
BC's own Dave Levy's take on the good news, the return, and Mark's chances at Heisman Trophy.
Cancer-free, Boston College's Mark Herzlich back for 2010 - USA Today
Count McGovern among the believers. "Whatever Mark says he's going to do, he's going to do," he said. "He's one of those guys you never bet against."
Herzlich, Irving look forward to return - USA Today
Two ACC linebackers back at ACC Media Days after their careers were nearly ended for medical reasons.
Five hot story lines from the ACC Kickoff - Mr. College Football - AJC.com
"1. The Comeback Kids - A little over a year ago Boston College linebacker Mark Herzlich was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare but aggressive form of cancer. He thought he might not live to see his 23rd birthday. He was told to forget about football and just worry about survival. That’s tough to do when you’re the ACC defensive player of the year in 2008."
Boston College linebacker completing comeback - Macon.com
"... he said his flexibility and strength have improved since the spring. He is able to squat weights and sprint with his teammates. Now, the only question is how he will play? He is hoping for nothing short of the 2008 form that led to his status as the conference’s best defender."
Taking stock in the huddle - Boston.com
Blauds piece focuses on how Swofford feels BC has been a great fit in the ACC and the effect that expansion would have on the conference.
Video: Herzlich ready to go - ESPN.com
Ready to defend his 2008 ACC Defensive Player of the Year title, and dominate with Kuechly.
Boston College linebacker Mark Herzlich shares his thoughts on Clemson - TigerNet.com
The BC-Clemson love affair continues. Much respect to the Tigers for helping Mark in his battle with cancer.
Meast of the Year - Mass Hysteria
What they said.
Boston College's Mark Herzlich is back and feeling stronger than ever - Newport News Daily Press
"A lot of things I went through really helped put everything in perspective and realize how much I love football. To be able to go out and play again with my teammates, just that level of competition you can't find in anything else you do in life is what I'm looking forward to the most."
Anthony Castonzo piles on pounds - Boston Herald
In one of the few non-Herzlich stories coming out of Day 1 of the ACC Football Kickoff, the media calls Castonzo fat.