Diving into another installment of the ACC mailbag with a look at how the perception of the ACC compared to the SEC entering the season.
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The Demon Deacons are on the rise, but the Hoosiers should manage to finish off their nonconference slate with a win.
Deshaun Watson and Dalvin Cook don't need to worry about their jobs this summer. But each ACC team, even favorites Florida State and Clemson, has at least one key position battle to watch.
NC State offensive coordinator Eli Drinkwitz and Boston College defensive coordinator Jim Reid are two of the new ACC assistants with tall tasks ahead.
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.
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.
Answering questions about ACC football about a wealth of subjects that also includes optimistic outlooks for Wake Forest and Georgia Tech.
Best case for Wake Forest? John Wolford looks like a new man at QB, and that makes all the difference 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.
The ACC will feature veteran offensive lines and returns several top running backs, which might translate into some powerful ground attacks.
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Coaches from Alabama, Georgia, Louisville, Mississippi State, Nebraska and Wake Forest were all spotted at Samford's Mega Camp today. Plenty more expected to be on hand.
Clemson and Florida State have already landed highly ranked running backs in the Class of 2017. Can the other ACC Atlantic teams catch up?
How do ACC coaches think the 2016 season will play out? After given anonymity, they dished on how to stop Dalvin Cook, why Clemson is the ACC's most talented team and much more about the league.
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.
ACC schools across the conference have made receivers a priority in the Class of 2017. How does the Coastal division shaping up?
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.
How big could the ACC be?
In the spirit of conference expansion chatter, our Ryan McGee has an idea. He shook up the ACC, added four schools and flipped the divisions to help create a more balanced CFB map. Which teams are in which division? Flipping the field
Wake has thin nonconference slate
Three of the Demon Deacons' four games will be played at home against teams ranked No. 97 or worse last season. Wake Forest will also visit Indiana. 10 easiest nonconference skeds (Insider)
With spring practice in the rear-view mirror, we continue to look at each ACC team by position. Here is a look at the defensive backs.
Baylor has one of the nation's weakest nonconference schedules in 2016, according to ESPN Stats & Info. But four Big Ten teams ended up dominating the list of 10 softest Septembers.
Pittsburgh just might have the ACC's best offensive line, but the groups at FSU, Clemson, Miami and North Carolina are right there pushing.
A look at how all 14 ACC teams stack up along the front seven in 2016.
Who has the best receiving corps in the ACC? It starts with Clemson and Florida State.
Miami, Clemson, Florida State and North Carolina have 21 of the ACC's 24 verbal commitments from players in the ESPN 300 for the class of 2017.
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