ACC's lunchtime links
May, 15, 2014
By David M. Hale | ESPN.com
Frankly, I’m surprised it took the Internet this long to come up with this list of “Game of Thrones” characters as cats.
- At the ACC’s spring meetings, the future of NCAA governance is a hot topic, writes the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
- With ACC schools now required to schedule a Power 5 nonconference game, BC Interruption comes up with a formula to rank all 50 options.
- The SEC’s decision to stay with an eight-game conference schedule made things easy for the ACC, writes the Orlando Sentinel.
- North Carolina and NC State are both struggling in APR, writes the Charlotte Observer.
- Bobby Petrino hasn’t closed the door on the possibility that signee Sharieff Rhaheed-Muhammad could still enroll at Louisville after pleading no contest to lewd and lascivious conduct in March, writes The Courier-Journal.
- Longtime Virginia Tech assistant Billy Hite is retiring in July, writes The Roanoke Times.
- RamblinWreck.com catches up with former Georgia Tech receiver Tyler Melton, the only true freshman to start a season opener for the Jackets in the Paul Johnson era.
- A four-star O-lineman who grew up rooting for South Carolina officially became Clemson’s 13th commitment for the Class of 2015, writes Tiger Net.
- USA Today previews what could be in store for Wake Forest this season.