The 2012 College Football GIF Preview: The ACC

CLEMSON, SC - OCTOBER 8: A Clemson Tigers fan looks on during the game against the Boston College Eagles at Memorial Stadium on October 8, 2011 in Clemson, South Carolina. Clemson won 36-14. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Your college football team's 2012 chances can perhaps be best expressed by way of a popular internet GIF. Have a look at the other four conference GIF previews here.

ACC Coastal

Duke: Duke is better at Japanese game shows than football.


Georgia Tech: The school motto.


Miami: "We do what we want. Screw the NCAA ... oh, nothing going on here guys ... ha ha who cares is that Charles Robinson going through our trash?"


UNC: "So what did you do on your independent study?"


Virginia: "This is gonna be the year we finally get the Hokies!"


Virginia Tech: Beamer Ball is all about intensity.


ACC Atlantic

Boston College: Does anyone know what Boston College is trying to do here?


Clemson: Never count them out!


Florida State: Florida State is back!


Maryland: How do you react to a car wreck (if you're Ralph Friedgen)?


North Carolina State: It's Tom O'Brien's bedtime, out of his way!


Wake Forest: Wake football is both cute and gross at the same time.


While we’re here, let’s watch some of the many fine college football videos from SB Nation’s YouTube channel:

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