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Louisville coach Bobby Petrino makes fans of workers at an Indiana firefighters union hall after writing a check to replace TVs that were vandalized.
The 2018 QB has 10 FBS offers already but jumped at chance to impress more coaches through an aggressive camp schedule.
Which are the best three-player offensive units in the nation? The answers encompass three of last season's playoff teams, several Heisman favorites and some others that might surprise you.
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.
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.
Could Louisville crash the College Football Playoff in Year 3 under Bobby Petrino, or are the Cardinals doomed to another year of mediocrity?
Will Jackson jump out?
Our Travis Haney got a peculiar text message about Louisville's starter, Lamar Jackson, recently. Jackson had a fantastic spring game, and the Cardinals have a big-time matchup early in the season. Will Jackson live up to his lofty potential? QBs soon to be household names (Insider)
The ACC will feature veteran offensive lines and returns several top running backs, which might translate into some powerful ground attacks.
You might not know them now, but trust us, you will because QBs like Louisville's Lamar Jackson, among others, will be big factors in conference races.
It's that part of the year when everybody is dreaming of the CFP. So what better time to offer up the single reason why each top 25 team could, should and will make a January title run?
Greg Ostendorf ESPN Staff Writer
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.
Louisville's Devonte Fields, who had 11 sacks in the Cardinals' final seven games, is a likely candidate to reach double digits again.
Quin Blanding has surpassed 100 tackles in each of his first two seasons. He leads the list of players who can reach the 100-tackle plateau in 2016.
Tennessee's October schedule is treacherous; its November slate is easy. The Vols are one of five teams that can put themselves in the driver's seat if they can navigate their lopsided schedules.
The ACC had just one 1,000-yard receiver last season. Can it do better? Here is a look at ACC players who could possibly hit the 1,000-yard plateau.
Louisville coach Bobby Petrino talks to Ivan Maisel, Chris Low and Heather Dinich about Muhammad Ali' impact on the Louisville community, the upcoming season and more.
Brandon Radcliff and some of his Louisville teammates visited Muhammad Ali's childhood home to "see where the champ was raised."
There are several ACC players with the potential to rush for 1,000 yards. Here is a look at those who could hit that mark.
June is the time for college football optimism, especially if you're a likely top 25 team. But even the best rosters in the country have a skeleton or two in their statistical closet.
Clemson's DeShaun Watson and Miami's Brad Kaaya seem like locks to pass for 3,000 yards again. Which other ACC quarterbacks will join them this season?
Louisville vs Charlotte 49ers
Papa John's Cardinal Stadium - Thu 9/1