How does the QB position look after the spring games? We examine all 14 ACC teams and see where they stand heading into the fall.
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McShay scouting report: Jeremy Cash
Carolina added one of Todd McShay's top-10 undrafted prospects, Jeremy Cash. McShay breaks down the film on the former Duke safety. Top undrafted prospects (Insider)
Duke places six players into the NFF honor society, with no other school in the ACC getting more than two players so honored.
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The ACC has 29 commits in ESPN 300: Clemson 6, UNC 6, Florida State 5, Notre Dame 5, Miami 4, Duke 1, Pitt 1 and VirginiaTech 1
David Reeves spent last Saturday night dancing and granting a wish. The Duke TE escorted Jasmine Bagley, who has battled leukemia, to her senior prom.
After finishing 13th in the ACC in sacks, Duke hired Ben Albert, who helped Boston College's defense flourish last season, to develop the D-line.
The Broncos will hold a practice for nine players from the Denver area who are hoping to be selected in the NFL draft.
With spring wrapping up around the ACC, let's check in on where each team stands at the game's most important position: Quarterback.
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David Cutcliffe meets with the players after Duke spring game. Offense and defense (pick-6) both got on the board. Everybody's a winner!
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Renovations ongoing at Duke during spring game. New suites and pressbox going up. Construction workers with jackhammers look and sound busy.
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It's a beautiful day for football in Durham, where Duke is holding an open practice at Wallace Wade Stadium. Streaming live on ESPN3.
Watch: Duke spring game
With QB Thomas Sirk out indefinitely with a torn left Achilles tendon, coach David Cutcliffe remains on the hunt for a quarterback. Live on ESPN3
This is a strong year for quarterbacks on the recruiting trail, and the names are coming off the board quickly headed into the spring evaluation period.
Duke coach David Cutcliffe is hoping some playmakers emerge on both sides of the ball during this weekend's spring scrimmage.
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Duke coach David Cutcliffe says injured starting quarterback Thomas Sirk is a month ahead of schedule in his rehab from a torn Achilles' tendon and already is walking around without a cast. "They've used a new protocol that's out there that's had incredible results," Cutcliffe said. Though Sirk will miss Saturday's spring game, Cutcliffe said, "Thomas may be ready" to play at some point this season.
Duke added its first ESPN Junior 300 recruit in the undersized safety.
Who will be Florida State's starting quarterback? We address that and more in this week's ACC mailbag.
Tennessee's Joshua Dobbs, as well as several other SEC players, are studying more than just X's and O's, writes Edward Aschoff.
Here's a look at the best athletes who played both football and basketball for the six ACC teams that advanced to this year's Sweet 16.
Duke coach David Cutcliffe takes pride in grooming graduate assistants and quality control personnel into full-time coaches.
It's hard to imagine Mississippi State without Dak Prescott, but the Bulldogs have to replace him. Who are the players who left the biggest voids for their former college teams?
30 For 30: Fantastic Lies
Nearly 10 years after an off-campus party shook the Duke men's lacrosse team, the university and the surrounding community to its core, an ESPN 30-for-30 documentary looks back at the timeline of events and their repercussions. Fantastic Lies
As far as quarterbacks go, Duke coach David Cutcliffe has a clear all-time favorite. And his choice is not a surprise to anyone.
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