One week without college football down. Thirty-three more to go.
Until proven otherwise, the narrative at Louisville will be that Bobby Petrino is a changed man. The Louisville Courier-Journal has its doubts.
Clemson’s Dabo Swinney expects offensive coordinator Chad Morris to be back next year, and he could be running a two-QB system, writes the Post and Courier.
Heisman finalist Andre Williams will skip the Senior Bowl because of injury concerns, notes BC Interruption.
As early enrollees arrive on campus, the Al Golden saga at Penn State appears to be at an end, writes the Sun-Sentinel.
Florida State will hold its championship celebration in Tallahassee on Jan. 18. The Tallahassee Democrat has details.
Could FSU offensive lineman Ira Denson be transferring? Tomahawk Nation reads the tea leaves, which certainly point to a departure.
Notre Dame transfer Lo Wood won’t be coming to Georgia Tech, writes the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Defensive tackle Luther Maddy will be returning to Virginia Tech for the 2014 season, writes the Roanoke Times.
Still, Virginia Tech ranks among Athlon’s top five teams on the decline for 2014.
Durell Eskridge proved to be a nice surprise in Syracuse’s developing secondary last season, writes The Post-Standard.
Athlon ranks just one ACC player among its most likely Heisman candidates for 2014. We’ll give you one guess who it is.