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Here are Ernest Hemingway’s recommended readings for aspiring writers. I’ve never read any of them, but I’ve seen a few of the movies. That counts, right?
Virginia Tech opens spring practice today. The Roanoke Times offers five key questions facing the Hokies.
Mark Leal spent the offseason haunted by his poor bowl performance. Now he’s ready to take over the No. 1 job, writes the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
It’s been a winding road to get here, but former North Carolina running back A.J. Blue is poised for the NFL, writes the Charlotte Observer.
Miami has a new mentality on defense, writes the Sun-Sentinel.
Defensive end Ufomba Kamalu is at the heart of the Hurricanes’ new attitude on D, writes the Miami Herald.
Some bad blood between two Syracuse quarterbacks has been smoothed over, writes The Post-Standard.
The competition for playing time in Pitt’s backfield is heating up, writes the Tribune-Review.
FSU's Eddie Goldman has shed some pounds and is looking much better, writes the Orlando Sentinel.
Jameis Winston took advantage of a Florida fan’s autograph request, writes the Tallahassee Democrat.
Former Georgia Tech walk-on Robert Godhigh is now pushing for a spot in the NFL, writes the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Last week, I asked NC State coach Dave Doeren what he learned in his first year on the job. One of his answers: The ACC has some really good receivers. Athlon Sports has its list of top receivers on the rise for 2014, and several in the ACC get nods.
Travis Barnes and Jordan Leggett are committed to getting better during Clemson’s spring practice, writes The State.
James Quick is looking to emulate one of Louisville’s best former receivers this year, writes The Courier-Journal.
Here are Ernest Hemingway’s recommended readings for aspiring writers. I’ve never read any of them, but I’ve seen a few of the movies.