Mike Ramsay of Duke and Cameron Glenn of Wake Forest, both former Georgia high school players, are ACC players of the week. Ramsey, who got the defensive lineman award, had five tackles, including 2.5 tackles for losses and a sack, plus two quarterback pressures in the Blue Devils' 34-20 victory over visiting Baylor. Glenn, the defensive back of the week, had five tackles and an interception in the Demon Deacons' 46-10 win over Utah State. For which Georgia schools did Ramsay and Glenn play? (Answer Wednesday)
Answer to Monday's question: The eight active coaches who had 200 wins in 1985, when current 354-game winner Alan Chadwick of Marist began his career as a head coach, were Wayman Creel of Westminster (285), Graham Hixon of Woodward Academy (266), Charlie Grisham of Carrollton (259), Dan Pitts of Mary Persons (229), Ray Lamb of Commerce (216), Bobby Gruhn of Gainesville (210), Bill Chappell of Dalton (205) and Weyman Sellers of Pebblebrook (200).
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