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ACC LIVE Spotlights Bowden Bowl VI

ACC LIVE Spotlights Bowden Bowl VI

Sept. 24, 2004

ACC LIVE’s “Hot Ticket” segment delivers all the sights and sounds from key conference matchups, to give viewers an unparalleled feel for the ACC total game experience. Monday’s show finds ACC LIVE in Tallahassee, Fla., for “Bowden Bowl VI” – Clemson at Florida State. The Tigers have bested the Seminoles but three times in series history (3-14), and one of those wins came last season as son Tommy, triumphed over father Bobby for the first time, 26-10, at Death Valley. Clemson needs a victory to prevent a 1-3 start to the season, and with the loser of this game all but assured of falling out of the ACC title race, this game is pivotal for both teams and has all the makings of another great “Bowden Bowl.”

Wake Forest field hockey, which is beginning to be referred to as the “Demon Deacon Dynasty,” has claimed back-to-back national championships (2002, ’03), and ACC LIVE host Mike Hogewood shares this developing story in Winston-Salem, N.C. Hogewood takes a closer look at the No. 3 ranked Demon Deacons and their All-ACC senior, Kelly Dostal.

Reporter Jenn Hildreth takes viewers to Blacksburg, Va., where Hokie pride is shining brightly, not just for football, but because of the attitude and determination of a lone Virginia Tech tennis player. J.J. Larson may only have one arm, but that doesn’t stop her from playing major college tennis – or, for that matter, from doing anything. Larson’s outlook on life is more positive than most non-disabled persons. Her Hokie teammates have learned almost as much about life as they have about tennis, thanks to Larson’s inspiring personality. Hildreth shares the story of a lady who is always smiling, always up-beat, and who chooses to see her disability not as a hindrance, but as a challenge.

Also, the show’s “ACC Headlines” segment delivers the latest news and notes from around the conference, to keep viewers up to date on all the action.

Hogewood hosts ACC LIVE – FSN South’s weekly, signature program profiling the Atlantic Coast Conference and originating from the network’s Atlanta studio.