Here are some of the best quotes from around the ACC this past week:

  • Tech" data-canon="Virginia Cavaliers" data-type="SPORTS_OBJECT_TEAM" id="shortcode0"> offensive guard David Wang to Aaron McFarling of the Roanoke Times on his video game skills: "I brag about it all the time. I welcome any challenges on the team. Most of them know that I'm pure domination on the controllers." Wang frequently plays the video game “Call of Duty” and has been ranked as high as No. 35 in the world.
  • Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris, who compares this week of practice to Saturday at The Masters: “That is exactly the term I used to them all. This is a big week for a lot of these guys. There is a lot of pressure. We are trying to put them in adverse situations and put that pressure on them and see how they respond.”
  • Virginia quarterback Phillip Sims via Mark Giannotto of The Washington Post: “You’re trying to do some things a lot of people said you can’t do. There’s doubts since I went to Alabama. Nobody thought I could play at Alabama. Then I got there, I competed, I did well and some people said, ‘Oh, he’ll never start here.’ Then I left and then they’ll say, ‘He’s not that good anyways.’ Then I got here. ‘Oh he’s not gonna play there, either.’ So there’s doubt since I graduated Oscar Smith High School. My job is to come out here and shut everybody up.”

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