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2015 Schedule
3-9, 7th in ACC - Coastal
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1dGerry 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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Highlights: D.J. White

The Chiefs traded up early in Round 6 to grab the former Gerogia Tech cornerback. Check out some of White's best highlights.

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Broncos were wise to grab Gotsis

Our Todd McShay confused new Bronco Adam Gotsis with a former Denver pass rusher. Now, Gotsis is tasked with replacing that departed DE. Best/riskiest picks of Round 2 (Insider)

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Highlights: Adam Gotsis

Denver selected Gotsis with the No. 63 overall pick. Check out the newest Bronco's film here.

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Watch: Georgia Tech spring game

On a team full of position battles, the secondary, offensive line and QB groups feature the most intriguing races. With little preseason hype unlike last season, can the Yellow Jackets have a productive regular season? Live on ESPN3

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15dMatt Fortuna

Q&A: Georgia Tech DE KeShun Freeman

He has just two seasons under his belt, but KeShun Freeman has emerged as a sort of elder statesman on the Yellow Jackets' defense.

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43dAndrea Adelson

Georgia Tech signee making the most of a fulfilled promise

Nearly two years ago, Jaylend Ratliffe had an ATV accident that almost certainly ended his football career. But thanks to a promise Paul Johnson made, Ratliffe is pursuing his Georgia Tech dream.

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

North Carolina plays five Power 5 teams (seven total) with new coaches, most among Power 5 schools, and Georgia Tech and Pittsburgh each play four. League coaches said playing so many new staffs adds a tough wrinkle to the 2016 schedule. UNC's first three games are against teams with new coaches, and the coaches ESPN spoke with all said it's a significant challenge preparing for a team/staff when there is not much film to evaluate.