Louisville received a lot of negative attention after the way it handled the Matt Colburn situation leading up to signing day. Does that affect 2016?
Clemson, Duke and Notre Dame dodged some bullets; Florida State, Miami and Louisville did not.
The best day of the week is finally here. Is the best league game of the year here as well? Probably. Here's a primer on all of the action throughout the day.
Saturday's Maryland-Syracuse game at the Carrier Dome has all the makings of a delicious matchup -- if it were taking place on a basketball court.So, OK, these two schools are known more for their basketball.
Two teams we had on upset watch last week ended up losing: Louisville and Virginia Tech. That is all the warning needed for this week's edition.Eds note: We are including ACC underdogs with a chance to pull upsets, too.
The ACC and Maryland agreed to settle their differences Friday, and now everyone can go on their merry way and start anew.So which side can claim victory in their fight to separate?
It's no secret that the strength of Clemson's team this season figures to be its defensive line. And, of course, there are plenty of numbers to underscore the Tigers' ferociousness up front.
Earlier this week, we looked at the top offensive lines in the ACC, which led me to tweet about the units that had the best and worst sack rates in the conference.
One quick dip into the mailbag before we start warming up the grill.Have a spectacular, and safe, July 4 weekend!Tim Griffith in Christianburg, Va.
Utah coach Kyle Whittingham knew exactly what to expect -- and where to focus -- when his Utes moved from the Mountain West in 2011 to the Pac-12: Recruit better prospects.
The biggest news to come from last week’s ACC league meetings was a decision on future conference scheduling. With expansion, there was a push to move to a nine-game conference slate, along with the potential to switch up the conference title game format.
The NCAA released its annual Academic Progress Rates (APR) across Division I on Wednesday, with overall scores increasing, including in football.The 2012-13 average APR was 976, a two-point increase from a year ago.
The court battle between the ACC and Maryland got a push toward a settlement this week when a mediator was appointed to oversee discussions, the Washington Post reported.
Goodbye, February -- and good riddance. March means spring football, and Miami and Virginia both begin on Saturday -- the same day Duke ends with its annual spring game.
Average attendance in the ACC as a whole remained steady in 2013, but there are definite issues administrators across the sport are working on to try and get more fans in the stands.