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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.
Mark Richt says it's refreshing to return to Miami, where he played, and he's enjoying the progress of talented QB Brad Kaaya.
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It's evident Miami junior quarterback Brad Kaaya is a name much of the country ought to get acquainted with in the coming months.
Which Hurricanes will be headed to NFL?
As Mark Richt takes over at Miami, there's talent on the roster that our Mel Kiper Jr. expects won't be in South Florida for long. Brad Kaaya is well known, but which other Canes will be coveted come draft time next year? Top offensive players for 2017 draft (Insider)
The ACC has its rivalry week at the end of the season when a number of conference teams play nonconference opponents, but is that enough?
If Al Golden had returned, would Miami be a preseason Top 25 team? No, the team's elevated status is thanks to its new coach. But does it deserve it?
Having four of ACC head coaches making at least $4 million per season is an indication of how seriously the conference is taking football.
Six months after Georgia fired him, Richt was in downtown Atlanta praising his former school prior to speaking to a group of about 200 Miami supporters.
While a quarterback at Miami, new coach Mark Richt was cast as "jump roping blue jean model." And yes, it's on the internet.
Clemson's Deshaun Watson is the odds-on favorite to win the Heisman, but there are several potential contenders in Watson's own conference.
Conference depth has hindered the ACC from earning much national respect in recent seasons, but several teams could help change that in 2016.
The receiver prospect out of Ohio has offers from several high-profile programs. Will he stay in the Big Ten or look elsewhere?
Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer
Not surprisingly, satellite camps were a hot topic of discussion among ACC coaches during spring meetings Tuesday. Most schools will be participating in them now that they are allowed, simply to keep up with others. Florida State and Miami are considering the possibilities. Only two schools have decided not to participate: Clemson and North Carolina.
Travis Haney ESPN Staff Writer
Miami coach Mark Richt said Monday that he's still undecided whether his program will take part in satellite camps. He did rule out the idea of Miami hosting camps involving any other programs. The first-year UM coach said he is concerned about the hours assistant coaches will log as the number of camps increase. He also said that he doesn't like that the camps involve "illegal contact during a non-contact period." "They're recruiting camps," he said. "That's what they are."
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
The ACC meetings will include discussion of satellite camps, providing the league coaches with a chance to address the matter publicly.
Miami coach Mark Richt says he wants two-thirds of his recruiting classes to come from South Florida.
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.
Pittsburgh just might have the ACC's best offensive line, but the groups at FSU, Clemson, Miami and North Carolina are right there pushing.
Can Kaaya help 49ers win?
He may have to bulk up, but Brad Kaaya has the skills to succeed in the NFL. If the 49ers are picking high in the 2017 draft, Miami's QB might be the selection. Way-too-early 2017 mock draft (Insider)
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