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Want to feel old? Happy 30th anniversary for “The Breakfast Club.”
Virginia Tech is a step closer toward building an indoor practice facility, writes The Roanoke Times.
Wake Forest opens spring practice today, which means plenty of work for new coach Dave Clawson, writes the Winston-Salem Journal.
Cornerback Dontae Johnson showed off his size at NC State’s pro day on Monday, writes the Raleigh News and Observer.
Sad news on former Miami QB Jim Kelly’s battle with cancer, according to the Sun-Sentinel.
Syracuse wide receiver Quinta Funderburk has impressed his coaches thus far, writes The Post-Standard.
The Tallahassee Democrat wonders what the Florida State backfield rotation will look like in 2014.
Georgia Tech is opening spring practice with Justin Thomas atop the QB depth chart, writes USA Today.
Defensive linemen are raving about the offseason performance of Georgia Tech B-back Travis Custis, writes the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Former Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater goes under the microscope with Jon Gruden, writes The Louisville Courier-Journal.
Athlon Sports looks at college football coaches on the hot seat and finds a couple in the ACC.
Want to feel old? Happy 30th anniversary for “The Breakfast Club.” Virginia Tech is a step closer toward building an indoor practice facility, writes The Roanoke Times.