- David M. Hale, College football
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Well, here we are. I’m thinking Florida State 35, Auburn 24. Who ya got?
The Miami Herald breaks down the game to find out who has an edge tonight in Pasadena.
Jimbo Fisher’s new contract makes him one of the top 10 highest-paid coaches in the country, writes the Tallahassee Democrat.
Florida State’s secondary has been buoyed by two freshmen, writes the Orlando Sentinel.
Backup QB Jacob Coker is the subject of rampant transfer rumors, but he dodged those questions over the weekend, writes the Sentinel.
Sammy Watkins is one of three Clemson underclassmen set to enter the NFL draft, writes The State.
Louisville players aren’t mad at Charlie Strong for leaving, writes the Courier-Journal.
Strong is gone at Louisville, but Al Golden is staying put at Miami. That’s a good sign for the future of the program, writes the Miami Herald.
Vad Lee might be out at Georgia Tech, but Paul Johnson insists he’s not going anywhere, writes the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Pitt added a four-star receiver to its improving recruiting class, writes the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Virginia Tech’s season was “not satisfactory,” writes the Richmond Times-Dispatch, which is problematic considering all the changes made after a disappointing 2012.
Defensive tackle Kris Harley has been granted his release at Virginia Tech, writes the Roanoke Times.
The Post-Standard makes some predictions for newcomers who could make an instant impact for the Orange.
A former Virginia player is joining the Cavaliers’ coaching staff, writes the Daily Progress.
Well, here we are. I’m thinking Florida State 35, Auburn 24. Who ya got? The Miami Herald breaks down the game to find out who has an edge tonight in Pasadena.