THI Newsstand: September 22

ACC weekend preview: Sept 21 -
ACC football games don't get any bigger than this. At least not in the last five years. Fourth-ranked Florida State hosts No. 10 Clemson Saturday night in a nationally-televised matchup, marking the first time two ACC teams ranked in the top 10 have faced one another since 2007 (Matt Ryan and No. 2 Boston College beat No. 8 Virginia Tech, 14-10, that year). Is Florida State really good enough to be a national title contender? Or is Clemson still the best team in the ACC? This game should give us the answers.
Saturday Viewers Guide: Week 4 -
I respect you too much to lie to you. As far as weekly matchups have been this season, this week is probably the thinnest of the bunch. Particularly in the morning and afternoon sessions. If there are any chores you've been putting off for a while, Saturday morning might be the best time to get them done. Just be home in time for the evening games, because that's when just about everything worth watching will be taking place.
ECU-UNC: Little brother, big opportunity - Charlotte Observer
During his four years at Southern Miss, Larry Fedora and his team never had the kind of opportunity that East Carolina will have on Saturday at North Carolina's Kenan Stadium. Fedora's Golden Eagles never had a chance to play against Mississippi or Mississippi State, the two in-state Southeastern Conference teams that dominated newspaper headlines, talk radio and public attention. Why Southern Miss never had that chance, Fedora didn't want to say.
ECU schedules impacted by Notre Dame, ACC policy decision - Charlotte Observer
It's much too early to predict what kind of impact Notre Dame's pending five-game schedules will have on East Carolina's quest to maintain regular series dates with ACC opponents, but it's safe to assume it will get more difficult. Much of how that issue unfolds will hinge on the ACC's decision about switching from a planned nine-game league schedule to eight.
Notre Dame addition shakes up ACC - Daily Tar Heel
With next year's addition of Pittsburgh to the Atlantic Coast Conference, the league will welcome its first institution based in a landlocked state. But Pennsylvania isn't too far from the Atlantic Ocean. Notre Dame, however, is a different story.
UNC opponent preview: Indiana -
As we count down to the first day of basketball practice (Oct. 12), let's take a look at an opponent on North Carolina's basketball schedule ...
Two new problems confront North Carolina athletic director - Fayetteville Observer
Bubba Cunningham has dealt with many unexpected and serious issues since becoming athletic director at the University of North Carolina last November. But two of the most difficult for Cunningham occurred in the past week. First, the man who hired him, Chancellor Holden Thorp, announced his resignation Monday. Then UNC's Hall of Fame men's basketball coach, Roy Williams, had surgery Wednesday to remove a tumor from his kidney.
Orange Bowl deal helps spur playoff rotation tweak -
A pending deal to restrict access to the Orange Bowl is one of the key reasons conference commissioners are leaning toward adding another game to the new college football postseason system.
ECU needs wins for UNC rivalry to take hold - Wilmington Star News
It's definitely a rivalry. Both teams agree on that much. It's just that the definition of the word is just a little bit different in Chapel Hill then it is in Greenville when it comes to the football series between North Carolina and East Carolina.