I write the ACC lunch links one week out of every month, and still I was somehow left off Time’s list of its 100 most influential people. Something is seriously wrong with their criteria.
Jimbo Fisher seemed to undercut the impact of his former defensive coordinator, writes the Orlando Sentinel.
Al Golden says Ryan Williams’ injury doesn’t mean the Miami QB battle is over, writes the Miami Herald.
Plenty of QB questions remain in the Triangle for Duke, State and UNC, writes the Rocky Mount Telegram.
Syracuse’s kicker has been suspended for the second time in five months, writes The Post-Standard.
Mike London is meeting with each of his quarterbacks before officially revising Virginia’s depth chart, writes The Daily Progress.
Another case of live practices hurting QBs: Frank Beamer says both Brenden Motley and Mark Leal were “nicked up” this week, writes the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Dave Doeren is hoping high school QB Pharoah McKever can have a big impact on NC State’s defense, writes the Wilmington (NC) Star-News.
Bobby Petrino says the situation at Louisville is a familiar one, writes the Courier-Journal.
Tom Savage’s rise up draft boards comes as no surprise to Paul Chryst, writes the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Former Boston College tight end CJ Parsons was charged with beating a homeless man, writes Boston.com.
Despite sparse attendance, Georgia Tech plans to keep playing its spring games on Friday nights, writes the AJC.
Dabo Swinney says he has no plans to change procedures after a group accused him of imposing his religious beliefs on his team, writes The State.
ACC coaches are closely watching players’ bids to unionize, writes the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.