- Adam Rittenberg, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here's what's happening around ACC country.
In case you missed it, colleague Joe Schad reports the NCAA interviewed North Carolina defensive end Quinton Coples about a party he attended last month. Carolina coach Butch Davis made the right call in dismissing Jared McAdoo, The Daily Tar Heel opines.
Wide receiver Chris Jackson will return to Georgia Tech's team if he continues to stay on track, Ken Seguira writes in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
ACC commissioner John Swofford is among those interested in exploring whether to allocate more funds to student-athletes, Schad writes.
Miami coach Al Golden is still on the lookout for quarterbacks, Jorge Milian writes in The Palm Beach Post.
Virginia's Week 2 matchup at Indiana will kick off under the lights.
Virginia Tech picks up an offensive line recruit for 2012, Rick O'Brien writes in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
College Football News previews NC State in 2011.
Maryland wants recruit Ian Fisher to play tight end, but Fisher has his eye on quarterback, Rivals.com's Mark Clem writes.