It should come as no surprise that Clemson led the ACC with eight players invited to the NFL combine later this month in Indianapolis.
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A look at the assistant coaching changes in the ACC for schools that did not change their head coaches.
With starting quarterback Thomas Sirk out indefinitely with a torn Achilles, Duke will turn to Parker Boehme to lead the offense.
Florida State, which returns the likes of Dalvin Cook, has the nation's top recruiting class, but Clemson will be solid again with Deshaun Watson back.
Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer
Duke starting quarterback Thomas Sirk tore his Achilles' tendon during a team conditioning session Tuesday, putting his 2016 season in jeopardy. Sirk led the team in rushing last season and had 3,428 yards of offense -- the second-highest total in school history. Backup Parker Boehme, who has one career start, moves to the top of the depth chart headed into spring practice next month.
Duke senior QB Thomas Sirk will have surgery after rupturing his left Achilles tendon. He suffered the same injury to his right Achilles in 2013.
With four straight bowl appearances, a spot in the 2013 ACC title game and a top 30 recruiting class, it is clear Duke football is not going anywhere.
The Blue Devils signed four ESPN 300 recruits and finished 28th in the recruiting rankings.
Clay Helton's first full season as USC coach features games against Alabama and Notre Dame. No SEC team makes the list of toughest nonconference schedules.
Can Duke get it done?
At Northwestern and at Notre Dame is a tough back-to-back on Duke's nonconference schedule. The Blue Devils shouldn't sleep on the matchup against Army two weeks later, either. Toughest noncon schedules
With 16 ESPN 300 commits, FSU topped not only the ACC but also the country. Here's how the rest of the conference graded out after signing day.
Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer
It should be no surprise Duke is the model of signing-day efficiency. The Blue Devils have all 21 faxes already and are done for the day. Included among those faxes are four ESPN 300 recruits and three more four-star players, making the 2016 class the best in the modern era for Duke.
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A look back at the hits and misses from the ACC recruiting classes of three years ago.
A look at recent recruiting classes reveals why the Seminoles and Tigers are dominant in the ACC right now.
Duke cornerback Breon Borders says the Blue Devils need to get stronger in 2016 to accomplish their goal of an ACC championship.
The Seminoles face two SEC opponents coming off 10-win seasons; the Panthers go to Oklahoma State and line up against two other bowl teams.
After the infamous botched ending of last season's Duke-Miami game, the ACC is added another layer to its replay review procedures.
Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer
Duke safety Jeremy Cash (6-foot-1, 212 pounds) is a prospect to keep an eye on. He has the size/skill set to play safety or bump down as a nickel linebacker. Lot of versatility plus an immediate impact on special teams coverage units as a rookie.
We take a look at who has the toughest month, toughest three-game stretch, toughest overall and who might have it a little easier in the ACC this year.
NC State appears to have the roughest slate to navigate in the conference, while Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech couldn't ask for much better.
The Duke-Miami game's unbelievable (and controversial) finish earns it the No. 3 spot on the list of the ACC's best games of 2015.