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Virginia is improbably on top of the ACC standings, and the right leg of Robert Randolph has been a big help.

The Cavaliers look ahead -- not behind. Virginia has emphasized turnovers and protecting the football. Nate Collins found the end zone for the first time in a long time. Within this notebook, you can see Al Groh's reaction to a play he does not like: the quarterback sneak.

The ACC Sports Journal wonders whether Groh will still go.

On the other side, Georgia Tech Coach Paul Johnson visited the Macon Touchdown Club.

By Zach Berman  |  October 20, 2009; 9:06 AM ET
 
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