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2015 Schedule
8-5, 4th in ACC - Coastal
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X-men: The ACC's 14 biggest 2016 X factors

Even the very best teams have players and coaches who could be difference-makers ... or make no difference at all. Here are the biggest X factors on each of the ACC's 14 teams.

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The ACC's 14 most important players in 2016

Without Deshaun Watson, how good is Clemson? And what would Florida State's offense be without Dalvin Cook running the ball? Here's the single most important player on each ACC roster.

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14dAndrea Adelson

Best case/worst case: Duke Blue Devils

The return of QB Thomas Sirk from a torn Achilles will be a major factor in determining Duke's fate for 2016, with a difficult schedule ahead.

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Ex-Duke QB Boone out of hospital after crash

Anthony Boone was released from the hospital after having surgeries on his hand and hip as a result of a crash with the Panthers' Shaq Thompson.

31dGerry Hamilton

Breaking down ACC Coastal receiver recruiting

Of the 29 prospects in the ESPN 300 committed to ACC schools, six are receivers. After the conference inked just six of the 53 pass-catchers in the 2016 ESPN 300, the conference is enjoying an uptick early in this cycle with the needs within the conference a plenty.

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31dAndrea Adelson

ACC tops $400 million in revenue in 2014-15

The ACC reported $403 million in revenue for 2014-15, up $100 million from the previous year, and paid out an average of $26.2 million to each school.

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35dTravis Haney

Would Jimbo Fisher ever bolt Florida State?

The Seminoles might be lower on this list of ACC coaching stability than you'd expect, especially if the LSU job comes open at some point.

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38dAndrea Adelson

BC, Duke and the way they scheduled for 2016

Boston College looks to have taken a page from Duke's book a few years ago with its nonconference scheduling, while the Blue Devils are ready for more.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Duke coach David Cutcliffe said Wednesday he is "absolutely" hopeful quarterback Thomas Sirk will be ready to play in the season opener Sept. 3. Sirk continues to be ahead of schedule in his rehab from a torn Achilles' tendon, which he injured in February. "He's a great athlete," Cutcliffe said. "He heals a lot faster than I do so I'm hopeful that we have a shot."

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