Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich
Duke coach David Cutcliffe has been shaped by his past, which includes growing up in one of the country's most segregated cities.
Ouch. Florida State defensive coordinator Mickey Andrews said he couldn't wait to get off the field on Wednesday for the Noles' final spring practice:
Asked what positives he could take away from spring drills, Andrew said, according to the Tallahassee Democrat:
"That it's over with," Andrews said. "I'm tired of seeing some of that trash out there. And today we just couldn't get off the field enough. Last year we were the No. 1 team in the country in third-down defense. Today we were No. 119."
Clemson receiver Marquan Jones has had an inconsistent spring, so it looks like Xavier Dye will finish the spring as No. 2 behind Jacoby Ford.
There was a purpose to moving Virginia Tech defensive tackle John Graves to defensive end.
Georgia Tech safety Morgan Burnett is living up to the expectations the coaching staff has for him being a leader. That's the good news. The bad news? Two players will miss the rest of the spring with injuries.