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ACC lunchtime links

5/16/2014

Not an ACC story, but worth a read: SI digs into the story of former San Diego State star Adam Muema, who abruptly left the NFL combine and then… things got weird.

  • After years of shifting allegiances, this spring represents a return to normalcy for the ACC, writes the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

  • With Jabari Hunt-Days academically ineligible, Georgia Tech is looking elsewhere for options at rush end, writes the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

  • The Roanoke Times continues its position breakdown at Virginia Tech with a look at the tight ends.

  • Former Hokies receiver D.J. Coles is headed west to start his career with the Oakland Raiders, writes the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

  • Miami got a commitment from a 6-foot-5 quarterback on Thursday, though it hardly sounds like a done deal, writes the Sun-Sentinel.

  • It’s the big men in the trenches that have Clemson’s 2015 recruiting class ranked so highly, writes Tiger Net.

  • Tomahawk Nation looks at the best linebackers of the Jimbo Fisher era at Florida State.