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2015 Schedule
7-6, 4th in ACC - Atlantic
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7dDavid M. Hale

Virginia, Syracuse looking to end ACC droughts

The Cavaliers ended Cleveland's 52-year title drought, which got us thinking: Which ACC football teams are currently enduring some ignominious streaks?

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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.

11dGerry Hamilton

Breaking down ACC Atlantic DL recruiting

After signing 12 ESPN 300 defensive linemen in the Class of 2016, only three of the ACC’s 24 commitments in the class are D-linemen. While the numbers are down early in this cycle, there is plenty of talent and depth already in the conference headed into the 2016 season.

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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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13dAndrea Adelson

Best case/worst case: NC State Wolfpack

Best case? Boise State transfer Ryan Finley shines at quarterback. Worst case? The offensive line falters and the offense never gets on track.

Will Wolfpack make McClendon a star?

Well, Jalan McClendon must win the QB job first. But if he continues to impress, that won't be a problem. He's so good, even a former coach expressed remorse that they would no longer work together. QBs soon to be household names (Insider)

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21dSharon Katz

What are the five biggest three-game potholes in CFB?

Defending national champion Alabama faces a treacherous path back to the College Football Playoff. One three-game stretch, in particular, is the most difficult of any team in the nation.

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32dAndrea 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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36dTravis 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.