- David M. Hale, College football
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The Nick Foles era is a wild ride, man.
Florida State’s strong performance against Miami helped answer some lingering questions about its run defense, writes the Tallahassee Democrat.
Wake Forest still has its sights set on bowl eligibility, but it will need to reinvent the offense yet again after losing receiver Michael Campanaro to a likely season-ending injury, according to the Winston-Salem Journal.
A rejuvenated defense has spurred a late-season revival for North Carolina, writes the Charlotte Observer.
The Hokies’ date with Miami still looms large, writes the Richmond Times Dispatch.
Interesting read from the Baltimore Sun on former Maryland star Kenny Tate, whose NFL dreams were derailed by a series of injuries.
A change at linebacker proved effective for Syracuse in a shutout of Wake Forest, writes The Post-Standard.
At Pitt, the future is on display even if the current team hasn’t looked sharp, writes the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
While its in-state rival picked up a big win in Jacksonville, Fla. over the weekend, Georgia Tech had some success there, too, adding its 19th recruiting commitment, writes the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Virginia's schedule has been tough, but the 'Hoos haven't shown many signs of improvement either, writes Cavalier Insider.
A sign of the times in the Triangle: NC State is a two-score underdog to Duke this weekend, writes Backing the Pack.
The Nick Foles era is a wild ride, man.Miami lost to Florida State on Saturday and lost tailback Duke Johnson for the season, but the Miami Herald writes that there’s still much for the Hurricanes to play for.