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2015 Schedule
3-9, 6th in ACC - Atlantic
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2dTravis 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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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)

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19dMatt Fortuna

Post-spring position rankings: Secondary

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.

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21dGerry Hamilton

ESPN 300: Where the ACC stands

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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Chubb could hear his name on draft day

Brandon Chubb is among Jeff Legwold's list of non-combine players who could get drafted. The LB was a first-team All-ACC pick after finishing with 105 tackles in 2015. Combine snubs

Watch: Wake Forest spring game

With a strong need for toughness, Wake Forest looks toward its 2016 season with the hope of building some semblance of momentum. Could an impressive spring translate into a performance in conference play better than 1-7? Live on ESPN3

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48dGerry Hamilton

Breaking down ACC Atlantic quarterback recruiting

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.

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Dave Clawson said after arriving at Wake Forest in 2014 that a major priority was developing a stronger team. Wake has been unable to physically match up with ACC opponents and it's cost them during back-to-back 1-7 conference seasons, but Clawson said he saw a change after the first spring scrimmage. "The biggest positive of the scrimmage was we're clearly a more physical football team. I just think we look bigger, we look stronger, we're more physical."

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75dAndrea Adelson

State of the program: Wake Forest

With some of the young talent that has had to play now more experienced, Wake Forest should be in position to win more than three games in 2016.