ACC in the morning: Injury edition

Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Getting ready to backtrack to Durham, but before I go, did you know ...

Georgia Tech quarterback Josh Nesbitt is unlikely to practice today or in Saturday's scrimmage. Once again, I'm told this is nothing serious.

One of Florida State's players suffering a seizure, though, is a little scary. Sophomore defensive end Markus White was held out of practice on Thursday after suffering a seizure.

Florida State's quarterback situation is getting interesting. Drew Weatherford has been sharing first-team snaps with Christian Ponder and D'Vontrey Richardson.

FSU punter Graham Gano will finally get a chance to score some points again this season.

One of Virginia Tech's former quarterbacks is ready to help the Hokies out at wide receiver.

While much of the attention in College Park has been on the Terps' top three quarterbacks, the No. 4 guy is keeping himself busy.

It sounds like a few NC State fans need to get over how Tom O'Brien is handling his quarterback situation and let the man do his job.

Miami coach Randy Shannon can recruit, but can he coach? We'll soon find out.

What's in store for Butch Davis in his second season? Frank Dascenzo says possibly the most-improved team in the ACC.

Clemson defensive end Ricky Sapp has just been unstoppable at practice lately. Or have the offensive tackles just been stoppable?

This is why Clemson seems to continuously reload. While they're not in the spotlight, younger players, like receiver Marquan Jones, are being prepared for it. They realize how much improvement they need if they're actually going to play.

Here's more on Wake Forest's scrimmage Thursday from beat writer Dan Collins.