Atlantic coast – Langelerie Deauville http://langelerie-deauville.com/ Sat, 04 Dec 2021 09:08:11 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://langelerie-deauville.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-10-120x120.png Atlantic coast – Langelerie Deauville http://langelerie-deauville.com/ 32 32 Wake’s Forest Clawson named ACC Coach of the Year https://langelerie-deauville.com/wakes-forest-clawson-named-acc-coach-of-the-year/ Thu, 02 Dec 2021 13:20:28 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/wakes-forest-clawson-named-acc-coach-of-the-year/ Soccer 02 December 2021 History links GREENSBORO, North Carolina (theACC.com) – Dave Clawson of Wake Forest was voted Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year after leading the Demon Deacons to 10 regular season wins, the Atlantic Division title and a berth in the Championship Football game Subway ACC from Saturday. Clawson, in his eighth […]]]>

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GREENSBORO, North Carolina (theACC.com) – Dave Clawson of Wake Forest was voted Atlantic Coast Conference Coach of the Year after leading the Demon Deacons to 10 regular season wins, the Atlantic Division title and a berth in the Championship Football game Subway ACC from Saturday.

Clawson, in his eighth season at Wake Forest, was the choice of 49 voters from a 64-member panel of 50 selected members of the media and each of the league’s 14 head coaches. Pat Narduzzi, who led Pitt to the Coastal Division title and will face the deacons in Saturday night’s championship game in Charlotte, placed second with 10 votes.

Wake Forest finished the regular season 10-2 overall and posted a conference record of 7-1 after being selected for a fifth place finish in the Atlantic Division in the league’s preseason media poll. The Demon Deacons, who did not receive a first-place vote from any of the 147 voters in the preseason poll, opened the season 8-0, placed in the top 10 nationally and took the bowl eligibility for the sixth consecutive season.

Wake Forest has placed eight players in the 2021 All-ACC teams and is heading into the third Subway ACC Football Championship game among all FBS teams scoring with 42.9 points per game.

This is the ninth time that a Wake Forest head coach has been honored as the ACC Football Coach of the Year and the first since Jim Grobe led the Demon Deacons to the 2006 conference title. Clawson, who holds a 50-47 cumulative record at Wake Forest, is one of five head coaches in program history to have a winning record during his tenure at the school and the first since DC “Peahead” Walker (77-51-6 from 1937-50).

The distribution of votes for the 2021 ACC Football Coach of the Year:

Coach of the Year

Dave Clawson, Wake Forest, 49
Pat Narduzzi, Pitt, 10
Dave Doeren, State of North Carolina, 2
Bronco Mendenhall, Virginia, 1
Scott Satterfield, Louisville, 1
Dabo Swinney, Clemson, 1


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Pitt leads with 12 All-ACC football teams https://langelerie-deauville.com/pitt-leads-with-12-all-acc-football-teams/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 14:18:49 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/pitt-leads-with-12-all-acc-football-teams/ History links GREENSBORO, North Carolina (theACC.com) – Coastal Division champion Pitt leads the 2021 All-ACC football teams announced on Tuesday. The Panthers occupied a total of 12 spots in the first, second and third teams. Clemson followed with 10 caps, while Atlantic Division champion Wake Forest, Boston College and NC State each had eight winners. […]]]>

GREENSBORO, North Carolina (theACC.com) – Coastal Division champion Pitt leads the 2021 All-ACC football teams announced on Tuesday.

The Panthers occupied a total of 12 spots in the first, second and third teams. Clemson followed with 10 caps, while Atlantic Division champion Wake Forest, Boston College and NC State each had eight winners.

Each of the 14 teams in the conference won at least three All-ACC team caps, which were chosen by a voting panel of 50 members of the media and each of the league’s head coaches. Three points were awarded for each vote of the first team, two points for each vote of the second team and one point for each selection of the third team.

Florida State senior defensive end Jermaine Johnson II, who leads the ACC and ranks No.6 nationally in quarterback sacks with 12, led the ballot with 189 points overall. Three players from the All-ACC first team’s offensive unit eclipsed the 180-point mark, led by Syracuse running back Sean Tucker (187), Pitt wide receiver Jordan Addison (186) and Panthers Kenny Pickett (181).

Tucker leads the ACC and ranks fourth nationally with 1,496 rushing yards. Addison leads the country with 17 touchdowns. Pickett threw Pitt’s record of 40 touchdown passes and is one TD assist behind the ACC one-season record set by Clemson’s Deshaun Watson in a 15-game span in 2016.

Pickett and Tucker are joined in the All-ACC first team’s backfield by running back Duke Mataeo Durant (1,241 rushing yards). Josh Downs of North Carolina (a record 98 receptions), AT Perry of Wake Forest (a single-season school record of 13 touchdowns) and Dontayvion Wicks of Virginia (nine touchdowns) complete the wide receiving body. of the first team.

Georgia Tech’s Jahmyr Gibbs, whose 150.4 versatile yards per game ranks third nationally, was selected as a first-team all-rounder, second-team specialist and third-team runner. Jelani Woods of Virginia (44 receptions, eight TDs) is the first team tight end.

The first team’s offensive line is a standout unit that includes Jacobs Blocking Trophy winner Ikem Ekwonu of NC State and Jim Tatum Award winner Zach Tom of Wake Forest at tackle pitches. Boston College put two veterans up front with guard Zion Johnson and center Alec Lindstrom, and Louisville’s Caleb Chandler won the other first team offensive guard position.

Wake Forest’s Nick Sciba, who sits fourth on the ACC’s all-time scoring list, holds the first-team spot kicker spot and is joined on special teams by the state tandem from North Carolina made up of punter Trenton Gill (45.0 yards per punt) and returns specialist Zonovan Knight (two 100-yard kickoff returns this season).

Johnson of Florida State is joined on the defensive front of the First Team All-ACC by compatriot Cody Roscoe of Florida State and a trio of defensive tackles (due to ties in voting) in Pitt’s Calijah Kancey, NC State’s Corey Durden and Clemson’s Tyler Davis.

With Davis joined by linebacker James Skalski and cornerbacks Mario Goodrich and Andrew Booth, Clemson led all schools with four first-team defensive caps. NC State had three with Durden joined by linebacker Drake Thomas and safety Tanner Ingle.

Syracuse linebacker Mikel Jones and Florida State safety Jammer Robinson round out the All-ACC first team defensive unit.

2021 All-ACC Football Teams
First team offense
QB – Kenny Pickett, Pitt, 181
RB – Sean Tucker, Syracuse, 187
RB – Mataeo Durant, duke, 154
WR – Jordan Addison, Pitt, 186
WR – Josh Downs, North Carolina, 161
WR – Dontayvion Wicks, VA, 131 (tie)
WR – AT Perry, Wake Forest, 131 (tie)
TE – Jelani Woods, Virginia, 134
AP – Jahmyr Gibbs, Georgia Tech, 126
OT – Ikem Ekwonu, State of North Carolina, 170
OT – Zach Tom, Wake Forest, 104
OG – Zion Johnson, Boston College, 156
OG – Caleb Chandler, Louisville, 65
C – Alec Lindstrom, Boston College, 86

Defense of the first team
DE – Jermaine Johnson II, State of Florida, 189
DE – Cody Roscoe, Syracuse, 112
DT – Calijah Kancey, Pitt, 133
DT – Corey Durden, State of North Carolina, 78 (tie)
DT – Tyler Davis, Clemson, 78 (tie)
LB – Drake Thomas, State of North Carolina, 148
LB – Mikel Jones, Syracuse, 134
LB – James Skalski, Clemson, 128
CB – Mario Goodrich, Clemson, 110
CB – Andrew Booth Jr., Clemson, 105
S – Jammie Robinson, Florida State, 106
S – Tanner Ingle, State of North Carolina, 92

Special teams of the first team
PK – Nick Sciba, Wake Forest, 183
P – Trenton Gill, State of North Carolina, 142
SP – Zonovan Knight, State of North Carolina, 146

Second team offense
QB – Sam Hartman, Wake Forest, 80
RB – Ty Chandler, North Carolina, 120
RB – Pat Garwo, Boston College, 86
WR – Charleston Rambo, Miami, 126
WR – Emeka Emezie, State of North Carolina, 110
WR – Jaquarii Roberson, Wake Forest, 91
TE – Lucas Krull, Pitt, 80
AP – Keytaon Thompson, Virginia, 77
OT – Jordan McFadden, Clemson, 94
OT – Carter Warren, Pitt, 69
OG – Christian Mahogany, Boston College, 62
OG – DJ Scaife, Miami, 56
C – Olusegun Oluwatimi, Virginia, 62

Second team defense
DE – Myles Murphy, Clemson, 108
DE – Habacuc Baldonado, Pitt, 98
DT – Miles Fox, Wake Forest, 72
DT – Myles Murphy, NC, 69
LB – Yasir Addullah, Louisville, 92
LB – Nick Jackson, Virginia, 84
LB – Quez Jackson, Georgia Tech, 71 (tie)
LB – SirVocea Dennis, Pitt, 71 (tie)
CB – Jermaine Waller, Virginia Tech, 76
CB – Josh DeBerry, Boston College, 60 (tie)
CB – Kei’Trel Clark, Louisville, 60 (tie)
S – Traveon Redd, Wake Forest, 76
S – Brandon Hill, Pitt, 68

Second team special teams
PK – BT Potter, Clemson, 87
P – Lou Hedley, Miami, 98
SP – Jahmyr Gibbs, Georgia Tech, 112

Third team offense
QB – Brennan Armstrong, Virginia, 68
RB – Jashaun Corbin, State of Florida, 62
RB – Jahmyr Gibbs, Georgia Tech, 54
WR – Zay Flowers, Boston College, 77
WR – Billy Kemp, Virginia, 37
WR – Jake Bobo, Duke, 32
TE – Marshon Ford, Louisville, 72
AP – Jordan Addison, Pitt, 75
OT – Ben Petrula, Boston College, 68
OT – Gabe Houy, Pitt, 44 years old
OG – Marcus Minor, Pitt, 53
OG – Sean Maginn, Wake Forest, 53
C – Grant Gibson, State of North Carolina, 53

Defense of the third team
DE – Keir Thomas, Florida State, 53
DE – Xavier Thomas, Clemson, 52
DT – Bryan Bresee, Clemson, 60
DT – DeWayne Carter, Duke, 51
LB – Shaka Heyward, Duke, 45
LB – Tomon Fox, NC, 40
LB – Jeremiah Gemmel, NC, 39
CB – Brandon Sebastian, Boston College, 58
CB – Châtaignier Duce, Syracuse, 40
S – Cam’Ron Kelly, North Carolina, 61
S – Andrew Mukuba, Clemson, 58

Third team special teams
PK – Sam Scarton, Pitt, 55
P – Peter Moore, Virginia Tech, 83
SP – Tayvion Robinson, Virginia Tech, 57

Honorable mention
QB – Sam Howell, North Carolina, 19
QB – Devin Leary, State of North Carolina, 18
RB – Zonovan Knight, State of North Carolina, 45
RB – Jaylan Knighton, Miami, 31
WR – Jake Bobo, Duke, 32
WR – Tre Turner, Virginia Tech, 25
TE – Trae Barry, Boston College, 25
TE – Davis Allen, Clemson, 22
TE – Brandon Chapman, Wake Forest, 18
TE – Gavin Bartholomew, Pitt, 16
AP – Will Shipley, Clemson, 41
AP – Sean Tucker, Syracuse, 38
OT – Zion Nelson, Miami, 41
OT – Matthew Bergeron, Syracuse, 37
OT – Luke Tenuta, Virginia Tech, 27
OT – Tyler Vrabel, Boston College, 25
OT – Bobby Haskins, Virginia, 22
OT – Devin Cochran, Georgia Tech, 15
OG – Will Putnam, Clemson, 45
OG – Joshua Ezeudu, NC, 42
OG – Dillan Gibbons, Florida State, 41
OG – Jake Kradel, Pitt, 37
OG – Lecitus Smith, Virginia Tech, 30
OG – Marcus McKethan, NC, 28
OG – Jacob Monk, Duke, 24
OG – Devontay Love-Taylor, Florida State, 23
OG – Loïc Ngassam Nya, Wake Forest, 21
C – Jack Wohlabaugh, Duke, 43
C – Owen Drexel, Pitt, 41
C – Michael Jurgens, Wake Forest, 38
C – Airon Servais, Syracuse, 20
C – Cole Bentley, Louisville, 19
C – Brock Hoffman, Virginia Tech, 17
DE – Rondell Bothroyd, Wake Forest, 49
DE – Marcus Valdez, Boston College, 23
DE – Daniel Joseph, State of North Carolina, 22
DE – Deslin Alexandre, Pitt, 19
DT – Robert Cooper, Florida State, 50
DT – Fabien Lovett, Florida State, 48
DT – Jordan Williams, Virginia Tech, 41
DT – Ray Vohasek, NC, 36
DT – Josh Black, Syracuse, 32
DT – Djimon Brooks, Georgia Tech, 15
LB – Dax Hollifield, Virginia Tech, 38
LB – Luke Masterson, Wake Forest, 37
LB – Isaiah Moore, State of North Carolina, 35
LB – Baylon Spector, Clemson, 32
LB – CJ Avery, Louisville, 31
LB – Phil Campbell III, Pitt, 18
LB – Charlie Thomas, Georgia Tech, 16
LB – John Petrishen, Pitt, 15
CB – Tony Grimes, North Carolina, 39
CB – Damarri Mathis, Pitt, 38 years old
CB – Ja’Sir Taylor, Wake Forest, 38
CB – Tyrique Stevenson, Miami, 35
CB – Garrett Williams, Syracuse, 34
CB – Caelen Carson, Wake Forest, 23
CB – Tyler Baker-Williams, State of North Carolina, 22
CB – Battle of Shyheim, State of North Carolina, 20
S – Nolan Turner, Clemson, 52
S – Jaiden Woodbey, Boston College, 43
S – Erick Hallett II, Pitt, 42
S – Chamarri Conner, Virginia Tech, 39
S – Nasir Peoples, Virginia Tech, 37
S – Kenderick Duncan, Louisville, 31
S – Qwynnterrio Cole, Louisville, 23
S – Juanyeh Thomas, Georgia Tech, 23
S – James Williams, Miami, 17
PK – Andy Borregales, Miami, 27
P – Will Spiers, Clemson, 22
SP – Jaylen Stinson, Duke, 43
SP – Cal Adomitis, Pitt, 26


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Week 12 ACC Football Players of the Week https://langelerie-deauville.com/week-12-acc-football-players-of-the-week/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 18:01:06 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/week-12-acc-football-players-of-the-week/ Soccer 22 November 2021 History links GREENSBORO, North Carolina (theACC.com) – The Atlantic Coast Conference Football Player of the Week was recognized for their outstanding performances in last weekend’s games. The selections are determined by a vote of a panel of selected media. Here are this week’s winners: QUARTER-BACK – Malik Cunningham, Louisville, Jr., QB, […]]]>

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GREENSBORO, North Carolina (theACC.com) – The Atlantic Coast Conference Football Player of the Week was recognized for their outstanding performances in last weekend’s games.

The selections are determined by a vote of a panel of selected media. Here are this week’s winners:

QUARTER-BACK – Malik Cunningham, Louisville, Jr., QB, Montgomery, Alabama.

Passed for 303 yards and five touchdowns while rushing for 224 yards and two more scores in Thursday night’s 62-22 win over Duke Tuiasosopo over Stanford on October 30, 1999 • Cunningham (303/224) finished with higher totals than Tuiasosopo (302/207) in both categories • Cunningham’s 527-yard total marks the fourth-highest total in a game by a Louisville player • Second player in Louisville history to be responsible for seven touchdowns in a game (Lamar Jackson has had three such games) • The 224 rushing yards dropped to just two yards off Jackson’s record for rushing yards by a UofL quarterback wearing in a play by a player with at least 10 attempts, with an average of 20.4 over just 11 races.

RUNNING BACK – Kobe Pace, Clemson, So., RB, Cedartown, Georgia.

Rushed for a career-high 191 yards on 24 carries with two touchdowns in Saturday’s 48-27 win over No.10 Wake Forest • Rush tally scored highest by a Clemson player since the 212 Travis Etienne’s yards against Wofford in 2019 • Pace joined Will Shipley (112 yards) will give Clemson several 100-yard rushers in a single game for the first time since 2018 • Second ACC Honorary Weekly of the 2021 season .

RECEIVER – Jordan Addison, Pitt, So., WR, Frederick, Md.

Led the way in Saturday’s 48-38 victory over Virginia that saw the Panthers win the Coastal Division title and a berth in the Subway ACC Football Championship game. left • Totaled 202 receiving yards on 14 catches • Became the first Pitt player to reach 200 receiving yards since Larry Fitzgerald in 2003 • Four touchdown catches tied the Pitt record in a game set by Julius Dawkins in 1981 and tied by Billy Davis in 1994 • Leading the country with 15 touchdown receptions • According to Pro Football Focus, Addison leads the country with 18 catches over 20 yards.

OFFENSIVE LINE – Jordan McFadden, Clemson, Jr., OT, Spartanburg, SC

Rated 92 percent with three knockdowns in Saturday’s 48-27 win over Wake Forest • Helped Clemson’s offense reach season highs in total yards (543) and rushing yards (333) • McFadden and Tigers have not allowed a sack despite starting their seventh different offensive line combination of the season.

DEFENSIVE LINE – Keir Thomas, FL State, Sr., DE, Miami, FL.
Named ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week for the second time after setting a career-high with 3.0 tackles for loss and tying a career-high with 2.0 sacks in the 26-23 win over FSU at Boston College • Led the country with 11 QB presses in week 12 • Sixth in the conference with 12.0 tackles for loss, including 7.5 TFL and 5.5 sacks over four Recent Games • Led Seminole defense to a season-high 11.0 tackles for loss against BC FSU least allowed in a road game since 2017.

LINEBACKER – Drake Thomas, State of North Carolina, So., LB, Wake Forest, North Carolina
Led the Wolfpack in tackles in Saturday’s 41-17 win over Syracuse, helping NC State maintain an unbeaten home record and keep their Atlantic Division title hopes alive • NC State kept Syracuse to just 236 yards total attack and only 66 passing yards • Intercepted his third pass of the year (tied for fourth in the ACC) and sent him back for 38 yards for a touchdown • While playing 60 snaps in the center linebacker, racked up eight tackles • Made 2.5 saves behind the line of scrimmage and 2.0 sacks • Earned a 91.7 rating from Pro Football Focus, leading all Power Five linebackers during the week 12 • Honored as ACC Linebacker of the Week for the second time this season.

BACK DEFENSIVE – Akeem Dent, State of Florida, Fr., S, Pahokee, Florida.
Recorded three tackles, a broken pass and his first career interception in Saturday’s 26-23 win at Boston College. third longest active streak in the country and longest for FSU since 2007 • Leads FSU with 12 assists this season.

SPECIALIST – Israel Abanikanda, Pitt, So., KR, Brooklyn, NY
Delivered one of the most crucial plays in Saturday’s 48-38 win over Virginia when he returned a 98-yard kickoff for a touchdown • TD broke a 14-14 tie in the second quarter , and Pitt never hung around again • It was the Panthers’ first kickoff comeback for a touchdown since 2018.

CO-RECRUIT – Will Shipley, Clemson, Fr., RB, Weddington, NC
Recorded 112 rushing yards on 19 carries with two rushing touchdowns and also pitched for a touchdown in Saturday’s 48-27 win over Wake Forest. with several rushing touchdowns by a true Clemson freshman since 2000 • Thrown a two-yard touchdown pass, the first by a Clemson non-quarterback since Sammy Watkins’ 52-yard touchdown pass to Andre Ellington at Florida State in 2012 • Became the first Clemson non-quarterback to both rush for a touchdown and pitch for a touchdown in a game since CJ Spiller – Shipley’s post coach – took it made at NC State in 2009 • Third ACC Rookie of the Week in 2021.

CO-RECRUIT – Tyler Van Dyke, Miami, Fr., QB, Glastonbury, Conn.
The CCA’s fourth Rookie of the Week honor in five weeks for Van Dyke, who continued his stellar first year with an outstanding performance in Miami’s 38-26 win over Virginia Tech • Finished with 357 yards and three touchdowns without interceptions, completing 19 of 33 attempted passes • Became the only quarterback in the ACC in the past 15 seasons with five consecutive games of at least 300 passing yards and at least three touchdowns.


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Real estate prices on the French Atlantic coast increase by up to 29% in five years https://langelerie-deauville.com/real-estate-prices-on-the-french-atlantic-coast-increase-by-up-to-29-in-five-years/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 14:40:56 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/real-estate-prices-on-the-french-atlantic-coast-increase-by-up-to-29-in-five-years/ House prices are skyrocketing along France’s Atlantic coast, with the average cost of real estate rising 29% in five years in Brittany – in part due to the influx of people who have started to work from home during the pandemic. Prices also increased by 26% in New Aquitaine and 16% in Normandy, over the […]]]>

House prices are skyrocketing along France’s Atlantic coast, with the average cost of real estate rising 29% in five years in Brittany – in part due to the influx of people who have started to work from home during the pandemic.

Prices also increased by 26% in New Aquitaine and 16% in Normandy, over the same period.

These figures come from a report by the national real estate agency Meilleur Agents and the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE).

This is in part due to the rise in short-term rentals, such as those listed on platforms such as Airbnb; and the increase in the number of people moving from cities to coastal areas during the pandemic, when many jobs were fully online.

Gilles Ménard, mayor of Granville in La Manche, is fighting against the continuous rise in prices. He told FranceInfo: “There are investors who today buy entire blocks of buildings to create apartments solely for tourist rental, so imposing quotas would help us to solve certain problems.

Several municipalities are asking to be recognized as a “tight zone (pressure zone)” for housing, so that they can benefit from the regulations against short-term rentals.

Protests from owners of second homes

It comes in the middle of a weekend of protests calling for more regulations on owners of second homes in Bayonne (Pyrénées-Atlantique) and Brittany over the weekend (20-21 November).

Read more: Protests against second homes in Brittany as the housing debate continues

Demonstrators’ demands included adding purchase restrictions for second home owners, limits on short-term rentals, higher taxes for second home owners and the phasing out of non-residents from their homes. .

Nil Caouissin, leader of one of the organizers of the event, the UDB (Union Démocratique Bretonne (UDB)), says that up to 80% of accommodation in popular seaside areas are second homes in the region, which does not are inhabited only for three months of the year.

“[Yet] competition from wealthy second home buyers drives up prices, so low-income residents can only find housing far from their jobs, ”he said. “If we want to provide decent accommodation for the growing population, one solution is to transform holiday homes into main residences. ”

He called for the gradual eviction of secondary owners or a ban on selling any property to non-permanent residents.

He said: “The idea is not aimed at the British, or any other population, and anyone who wishes to make Brittany their permanent home is welcome.”

However, some local leaders called the proposals “an attack on individual property.”

Rising house prices

Globally, the prices of new homes in France have also skyrocketed over the past year *, reaching a record of 5,195 € / m² in cities with more than 45,000 inhabitants, a record never reached.

Read more: New home prices reach a record level in France

This was attributed to the “Covid effect”, which caused a “structural lack of supply” and skyrocketed the cost of raw materials, according to the study.

The largest increase was recorded in Rennes, Brittany, where the cost of new housing increased 9.7% year on year, exceeding € 5,000 / m², to € 5,055.

This means that Rennes has become more expensive per m² than Bordeaux.

Prices in Toulouse and Grenoble also increased by more than 8% (8.4% and 8.1% respectively).

In Lille, prices soared 7.9% over one year to reach € 4,203 per m², while the city of Villeurbanne (sometimes considered the 10th arrondissement of Lyon) saw prices increase by 8.8% in one year.

Paris remains the most expensive city for new housing, at € 12,498 per m² on average, followed by Lyon (€ 6,386) and Nice (€ 6,098).

* The figures are taken from the latest barometer from the new housing specialist, the Real Estate Laboratory, published by BFM Company.

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Familiar face returns to first place at Atlantic Coast conference in week 12 https://langelerie-deauville.com/familiar-face-returns-to-first-place-at-atlantic-coast-conference-in-week-12/ Tue, 16 Nov 2021 19:52:30 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/familiar-face-returns-to-first-place-at-atlantic-coast-conference-in-week-12/ The Atlantic Coast Conference will not have a college football playoff representative for the first time since its inception, but the final two weeks of the league’s regular season promise a lot of drama. Three teams remain in contention for the Atlantic Division title while four teams remain alive in the Coastal, so there is […]]]>

The Atlantic Coast Conference will not have a college football playoff representative for the first time since its inception, but the final two weeks of the league’s regular season promise a lot of drama.

Three teams remain in contention for the Atlantic Division title while four teams remain alive in the Coastal, so there is plenty of potential for upsets, nail bites, comebacks and slumps. It should be fun.

Meanwhile, Wake Forest reclaimed the top spot in the standings after a week of absence, with Pitt – a potential opponent in the ACC Championship game – biting the heels of the Demon Deacons.

1. Forest of Wakes (9-1, 6-0)

Last week: 2

The Demon Deacons passed NC State last week and now face a big challenge in Clemson. Wake Forest is 0-12 against the Tigers since Dabo Swinney took over as Clemson coach in the middle of the 2008 season.

Following: Saturday at Clemson, noon, ESPN

2. Pitt (8-2, 5-1)

Last week: 3

The Panthers’ path to the Coastal Division title is simple: beat Virginia. It helps that Pitt is playing at home and has Kenny Pickett behind center. A win would give the Panthers their second division crown in four years.

Following: Saturday vs. Virginia, 3:30 p.m., ESPN2

3. NC state (7-3, 4-2)

Last week: 1

The unlucky Wolfpack, after a 45-42 loss to Wake Forest, lost two league games for a total of four points. State remains alive for the Atlantic crown but no longer controls his own destiny.

Following: Saturday vs Syracuse, 4 p.m., ACC Network

4. Clemson (7-3, 5-2)

Last week: 4

Clemson’s stingy defense will take on the Wake Forest offense this week in what should be a fascinating affair. The Tigers have beaten Wake Forest 152-19 in their last three meetings and held the Demon Deacons to one touchdown during that span.

Following: Saturday Vs Wake Forest, Noon, ESPN

Clemson wide receiver Will Swinney (22) scores a touchdown in the first quarter of his game against UConn at Memorial Stadium on Saturday, November 13, 2021.

5. Virginia (6-4, 4-2)

Last week: 6

The Cavaliers remain alive in the Littoral but are hanging on by a thread. Virginia, who just received a spanking administered by Notre Dame, has lost five of her seven games to Pitt since the Panthers joined the ACC, so the odds are not in their favor this week.

Following: Saturday at Pitt, 3:30 p.m., ESPN2

6. North Carolina (5-5, 3-4)

Last week: 5

The Tar Heels are taking a break this week against Wofford, a former FCS powerhouse who has had a hard time. The Terriers are 1-9 and recently gave up 41 points to Western Carolina; North Carolina will score as many points as they want.

Following: Saturday vs Wofford, noon, ESPN3

North Carolina quarterback Sam Howell, left, tries to fend off Pittsburgh defensive back Brandon Hill with a stiff arm swing while running in the fourth quarter of last week's overtime game.

7. Miami (5-5, 3-3)

Last week: 7

The Hurricanes lost a late lead in a loss to Florida State last week, increasing discontent in Coral Gables. Miami AD Blake James got the boot Monday night and head coach Manny Diaz may follow suit soon.

Following: Saturday vs. Virginia Tech, 7:30 p.m., ACC Network

8. Florida State (5-4, 3-4)

Last week: 9

The Seminoles gave themselves – and coach Mike Norvell – a bullet in the arm with a comeback victory over state rival Miami. Can they extend the “feel good” finish by eliminating Boston College, who has lost nine of his last 10 games against the Seminoles?

Following: Saturday at Boston College, noon, ACC Network

Miami wide receiver Charleston Rambo (11) celebrates an assist alongside Florida State defensive back Kevin Knowles II (26) during the fourth quarter at Doak S. Campbell Stadium.

9. Boston College (6-4, 2-4)

Last week: ten

Can a talented quarterback make all the difference? If you are Boston College, yes. The Eagles are 2-0 since the return of quarterback Phil Jurkovec and clinched bowl eligibility.

Following: Saturday vs. Florida State, noon, ACC Network

10. Louisville (5-5, 3-4)

Last week: 11

When Malik Cunningham and Company hits the nail on the head, the Cardinals can be pretty dangerous, as Syracuse found out last week. Louisville should be able to pack a bowl berth this week.

Following: Thursday at Duke, 7:30 p.m., ESPN

Maurice Burkley of Louisville runs for a first down against Syracuse.  November 13, 2021

11. Virginia Tech (5-5, 3-3)

Last week: 12

Justin Fuente is out at Virginia Tech, and the Hokies could be over as well, with games against Miami and Virginia to complete the schedule.

Following: Saturday in Miami, 7:30 p.m., ACC Network

12. Syracuse (5-5, 2-4)

Last week: 8

Syracuse’s hopes for a bowl offer dwindle week by week. The Orange will face NC State and Pitt over the next two weeks and the odds are not in their favor despite star running back Sean Tucker, who only needs 11 yards against the Wolfpack to become the leader. of all time in a single season in Syracuse.

Following: Saturday at NC State, 4 p.m., ACC Network

13. Georgia Tech (3-7, 2-6)

Last week: 13

Things only get worse for the Yellow Jackets, who have had the fourth toughest schedule in the country according to ESPN. Georgia Tech closes against Notre Dame and Georgia. Enough said.

Following: Saturday at Notre Dame, 2:30 p.m., NBC

14. Duke (3-7, 0-6)

Last week: 14

It could very well be David Cutcliffe’s swan song after 14 years at Duke. Louisville and Miami are in place over the next two weeks to close out the Blue Devils’ rather forgettable season.

Following: Thursday vs. Louisville, 7:30 p.m., ESPN


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2021 All-ACC men’s soccer team announced https://langelerie-deauville.com/2021-all-acc-mens-soccer-team-announced/ Wed, 10 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/2021-all-acc-mens-soccer-team-announced/ History links GREENSBORO, North Carolina (theACC.com) – Duke and Pitt have combined to win all five of the season’s awards as the 2021 Atlantic Coast Conference men’s soccer team was released on Wednesday following a vote of the league’s 12 head coaches . Duke second-year forward Thorleifur Ulfarsson took home the ACC Offensive Player of […]]]>

GREENSBORO, North Carolina (theACC.com) – Duke and Pitt have combined to win all five of the season’s awards as the 2021 Atlantic Coast Conference men’s soccer team was released on Wednesday following a vote of the league’s 12 head coaches .

Duke second-year forward Thorleifur Ulfarsson took home the ACC Offensive Player of the Year honors, and Pitt graduate defenseman Jasper Löeffelsend was named ACC Defensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season. Duke’s second-year midfielder Peter Stroud was voted ACC Midfielder of the Year, while his teammate, midfielder Shakur Mohammed, took home the first-year honors of the l year of the ACC. Pitt head coach Jay Vidovich has been named ACC Coach of the Year for the second consecutive season.

Pitt led all schools with eight All-ACC picks, including six of 11 second-team picks. Clemson had five picks, while Wake Forest took home four winners. Löeffelsend and Notre Dame junior forward Jack Lynn have each been selected to the All-ACC first team for the second consecutive season.

Ulfarsson is the first Duke player to win Offensive Player of the Year since Andrew Wenger in 2011. Hailing from Kopavogur, Iceland, Ulfarsson is tied for the top of the ACC with 13 goals this season, despite just 12 matches. He is second in total on points with 27. Nine of his goals this season have been against ACC opponents, most anyone in the league.

Löeffelsend is the first player to reiterate Defensive Player of the Year since Ike Opara of Wake Forest in 2008-09. The Cologne, Germany native is spearheading a strong Pitt defense from his right-back position. He has also contributed two goals and eight assists this season. He is tied for the ACC lead in assists.

A native of Chester, New Jersey, Stroud has played in all 16 of Duke’s games, with 15 starts, and has three goals and three assists this season from the Blue Devils central midfielder.

Mohammed, from Kumasi, Ghana, has scored three goals and six assists this season. His six assists are the highest by a Duke freshman since Max Moser had seven in 2016. Mohammed also secured a berth in the All-ACC second team and is one of only two freshmen. year on the All-ACC team this season, joining Sander Roed of Louisville. (third team).

Vidovich has been named ACC Coach of the Year for the seventh time in his career. He was also voted league coach of the year five times during his tenure at Wake Forest (2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009). Vidovich led the Panthers to a share of the CCA Coastal Division for the second consecutive season, and Pitt won the No. 1 seed in the CCA championship.

The 2021 ACC Championship continues on Wednesday with the semi-final matches. No.5 seeded Pitt will entertain Notre Dame at 5 p.m. in the first semi-final, while No.2 seeded Clemson will host No.3 seed Duke at 7 p.m. Both matches will be broadcast on the ACC network. The championship game is scheduled for Sunday at 2 p.m. at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, NC. ESPNU has broadcast.

The ACC has six top 25 teams in the last NCAA RPI, twice as many as any other conference. Pitt, Clemson and Duke are number 4, 5 and 6 respectively. Notre Dame is number 14. North Carolina is # 20 in the RPI, while Virginia Tech is # 22.

2021 CCA Men’s Soccer Award Winners

Offensive Player of the Year – Thorleifur Ulfarsson, So., F, Duke
Defensive Player of the Year – Jasper Löeffelsend, Gr., D, Pitt
Midfielder of the Year – Peter Stroud, So., M, Duke
Freshman of the Year – Shakur Mohammed, M, Duke
Coach of the Year – Jay Vidovich, Pitt

2021 All-ACC Team
First team

Oskar Agren, Clemson
Peter Stroud, Duke
Thorleifur Ulfarsson, Duke
Aboubacar Camara, Louisville
Pedro Fonseca, Louisville
Alec Smir, North Carolina
Jack Lynn, Notre-Dame
Jasper Löeffelsend, Pitt
DeAndre Kerr, Syracuse
Jacob Labovitz, Virginia Tech
Kyle Holcomb, Wake Forest

Second team

Hamady Diop, Clemson
George Marks, Clemson
Ousmane Sylla, Clemson
Shakur Mohammed, Duke
Rodrigo Almeida, Pitt
Bertin Jacquesson, Pitt
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Arturo Ordoñez, Pitt
Veljko Petkovic, Pitt
Jackson Walti, Pitt
Leo Afonso, Virginia

Third team

Victor Souza, Boston College
Quinn McNeil, Clemson
Sander Roed, Louisville
Joe Pickering, North Carolina
Filippo Zattarin, North Carolina
Philippe Quinton, Notre-Dame
Nico Campuzano, Pitt
Mayola Kinyua, Virginia Tech
Nico Benalcazar, Wake Forest
Omar Hernandez, Wake Forest
Jake Swallen, Wake Forest

Fresh team

Aidan Farwell, Boston College
Ruben Mesalles, Duke
Shakur Mohammed, Duke
Sander Roed, Louisville
Ken Bellini, North Carolina
Tega Ikoba, North Carolina
Josh Ramsey, Notre-Dame
Matthieu Roou, Notre-Dame
Guilherme Feitosa, Pitt
Curt Calov, Syracuse
Asparuh Slavov, Virginia
Danny Flores, Virginia Tech


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Coast Low moves away from the Atlantic coast on Sunday https://langelerie-deauville.com/coast-low-moves-away-from-the-atlantic-coast-on-sunday/ https://langelerie-deauville.com/coast-low-moves-away-from-the-atlantic-coast-on-sunday/#respond Sun, 07 Nov 2021 11:23:11 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/coast-low-moves-away-from-the-atlantic-coast-on-sunday/ A coastal depression is bringing strong winds and waves to the mid-Atlantic coast today and tonight. This is the same low that caused flooding in many of those same areas on Saturday. Here’s a look at the latest forecasts. Coastal flood warnings are in place for the east coast of Florida and all of the […]]]>

A coastal depression is bringing strong winds and waves to the mid-Atlantic coast today and tonight. This is the same low that caused flooding in many of those same areas on Saturday. Here’s a look at the latest forecasts.

Coastal flood warnings are in place for the east coast of Florida and all of the Georgia and South Carolina coastlines. The alerts have also been extended to North Carolina and Virginia. 2 to 4 feet of coastal flooding along the immediate shoreline is possible. This is not because of the rain, but rather strong easterly winds pushing water from the ocean towards the land.

The threat of coastal flooding also extends along the Georgia and Florida coasts.

In addition, strong offshore winds will increase the risk of reverse current. It will be highest along the beaches of the east coast of Florida and Georgia. Check the flags before you get in the water!

Wind advisories continued Sunday for parts of the Carolinas. In the advisory, winds could be between 35 and 45 mph.

This low will slowly pull away from the coast throughout Sunday, but it should still be able to send impacts to areas of the Carolinas and the Florida coast.

Stay with WeatherNation as we keep you posted on the wind and surf the eastern area forecast,: 10 after the hour.


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PA plane crashes and disappears off the Atlantic coast https://langelerie-deauville.com/pa-plane-crashes-and-disappears-off-the-atlantic-coast/ https://langelerie-deauville.com/pa-plane-crashes-and-disappears-off-the-atlantic-coast/#respond Mon, 01 Nov 2021 18:44:16 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/pa-plane-crashes-and-disappears-off-the-atlantic-coast/ READING, PA – The United States Coast Guard is looking for a small plane in Reading, Berks County that went missing after crashing into the ocean on Sunday night. The white and tan Piper 28 plane crashed around 10:30 p.m. on Sunday off the coast of Massachusetts, Coast Guard officials said. The location was near […]]]>

READING, PA – The United States Coast Guard is looking for a small plane in Reading, Berks County that went missing after crashing into the ocean on Sunday night.

The white and tan Piper 28 plane crashed around 10:30 p.m. on Sunday off the coast of Massachusetts, Coast Guard officials said.

The location was near Cape Cod, about 3.5 miles from Nauset Beach. The pilot was the only person on board.

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According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the plane departed from Reading Regional Airport and was on its way to Chatham Municipal Airport.

The last signal from the aircraft was at 6:49 p.m., descending to 4000 feet per minute.

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Atlantic Coast Expo Hosts Annual Myrtle Beach Gathering https://langelerie-deauville.com/atlantic-coast-expo-hosts-annual-myrtle-beach-gathering/ https://langelerie-deauville.com/atlantic-coast-expo-hosts-annual-myrtle-beach-gathering/#respond Fri, 22 Oct 2021 10:00:00 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/atlantic-coast-expo-hosts-annual-myrtle-beach-gathering/ Attendees at the Atlantic Coast Expo prepare to cut the ribbon. 22 October 2021 Operators and proximity service providers converged at the Embassy Suites at Kingston Plantation in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for the first time since the start of the pandemic for the annual North Carolina-sponsored Atlantic Coast Expo Vending Association, the South Carolina […]]]>

Attendees at the Atlantic Coast Expo prepare to cut the ribbon.

Operators and proximity service providers converged at the Embassy Suites at Kingston Plantation in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for the first time since the start of the pandemic for the annual North Carolina-sponsored Atlantic Coast Expo Vending Association, the South Carolina Vending Association and the Virginia Automatic Merchandising Association, according to a press release.

The showroom was packed and attendees from dozens of states and Canada took part in the convention, which is the largest show of its kind on the East Coast.

The training sessions included a legislative update by Mike Goscinski, senior director of external affairs at the National Automatic Merchandising Association, and a technology presentation by three industry experts: Melissa Brown of Well Bean Coffee Roasters; Ravi Venkatesan from Cantaloupe; and Jim Versical from 365 retail markets.

Chris Harrison, Canteen, received the NCVA Seller of the Year award.

Waine Ratliff of Product Brokers Burdette Beckmann received the NCVA Supplier of the Year award.

Patrick Shaw of Dynamite Roasters received a plaque in honor of his one-year engagement as Chair of the ACE 2021 Planning Committee.

JoDee Jolley, recently retired from Canteen, received the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Photo courtesy of the Atlantic Coast Exposition.


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Developing Atlantic Coast Storm May Bring Strong Winds and Flooding to U.S. Coasts https://langelerie-deauville.com/developing-atlantic-coast-storm-may-bring-strong-winds-and-flooding-to-u-s-coasts/ https://langelerie-deauville.com/developing-atlantic-coast-storm-may-bring-strong-winds-and-flooding-to-u-s-coasts/#respond Mon, 11 Oct 2021 05:45:57 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/developing-atlantic-coast-storm-may-bring-strong-winds-and-flooding-to-u-s-coasts/ AccuWeather Meteorologists follows an area of ​​volatile weather off the Atlantic coast of the United States that could be named Wanda, the surname on the list designated for the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season. “An area of ​​low pressure continues to meander off the coast of Carolina, posing the main tropical hazard in the Atlantic basin […]]]>

AccuWeather Meteorologists follows an area of ​​volatile weather off the Atlantic coast of the United States that could be named Wanda, the surname on the list designated for the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season.

“An area of ​​low pressure continues to meander off the coast of Carolina, posing the main tropical hazard in the Atlantic basin for the next few days,” said meteorologist Thomas Geiger.

When the National Meteorological Service (NHC) sent a plane there on Sunday morning, it produced high winds just 80 miles south of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Accordingly, this low pressure was designated “92L” by NHC.

“Due to the southerly wind shear, the storms associated with this system are now disorganized and weak,” Geiger added.

Wind shear

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Vertical wind shear is the change in direction and speed of winds as they rise in altitude, which is important for the development of tropical storms. When present, the top of a tropical system can be blown hundreds of kilometers downstream, causing the storm to unbalance or tilt.

The storm is running out of time to develop before heading for land, according to Geiger. As tropical entities approach or cross over land, friction can cause them to lose the intensity of the wind, choking development. Above hot water, tropical systems strengthen the fastest.

Related article: Weather forecasters predict Atlantic hurricane season will inevitably be more aggressive

Meteorological development

Despite these obstacles, analysts believe that there is still a limited window of opportunity for development, although it is unlikely to be tropical in nature.

“Since it exhibits characteristics on a larger scale, it will most likely be classified as subtropical and will receive the name Wanda, which would complete the list of names for 2021,” Geiger added.

The list of names has only been completed twice before, once in 2005 and again in 2020, when the seasons were busier than average. Additionally, the National Hurricane Center has already used the Greek alphabet to name other storms, but this year may differ.

“If another storm develops this year, this will be the third time that all names will be used, and it will be the first time that the new list of additional names will be used,” Geiger added.

Unstable weather

Impact of Hurricane Ida

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Stormy and unstable weather is expected along the east coast this week, whether or not this storm is called Wanda.

“Heavy rains will fall in eastern North Carolina in amounts ranging from 2 to 4 inches, causing flooding in some areas,” Geiger warned.

Along the coast, strong offshore winds are expected, causing coastal flooding. According to Geiger, there can be up to two feet of water above ground level in areas most vulnerable to this effect. In addition, high tides could make flooding worse.

Much of the Atlantic coast has been the subject of coastal flood watches, warnings, reports and advisories. Georgetown, South Carolina; Kitty Hawk, North Carolina; Chincoteague, Virginia; Ocean City, Maryland; and New Haven, Connecticut are all under coastal flood warnings. Additionally, coastal flood watches and warnings are in place for much of coastal Virginia, parts of the Jersey Shore, and parts of Delaware, with a seaside flood declaration in effect. for Boston.

NWS Warnings


The National Meteorological Service (NWS) issued these warnings, warning motorists of partial or total road closures, especially on the most sensitive roads. Many roads could become inaccessible and structures could be damaged, according to the warnings. In addition, people are advised not to leave their vehicles in areas prone to flooding and to avoid crossing flood waters.

Dangerous return currents will also be a problem all along the coast, so beachgoers should stay out of the water for now and follow all local ocean safety recommendations.

As the low approached, rains and showers swept across sections of the northeast and central Atlantic from North Carolina to Massachusetts on Sunday.

Showers will continue to be patchy on Monday, with the shoreline containing them from the Jersey Shore to the south. The rest of the country will be mostly dry. This sporadic rain pattern could persist across the coast until early next week.

Also Read: Storm Anxiety: How To Deal With Extreme Weather Phobias During Hurricane Season

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