ACC schools across the conference have made receivers a priority in the Class of 2017. How does the Coastal division shaping up?
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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.
Patience is waning for Charlie Strong at Texas and James Franklin at Penn State, while Mark Helfrich at Oregon faces a pivotal season.
Could Jackson hoist the Heisman?
According to our Jared Shanker, Louisville QB Lamar Jackson could be the under-the-radar bet to hold the stiff-arm trophy this December. He'll have some high profile stages against big opponents to showcase his skills. Sleeper Heisman candidates
Reggie Bonnafon has played quarterback, running back and caught passes for the Cardinals, but they want him to settle in at receiver this fall.
Which teams that are considered candidates to make the College Football Playoff semifinals are most likely to disappoint?
In six months, the last leg of the race for the four spots in the College Football Playoffs will be underway. Which teams could be sleeper picks?
Having four of ACC head coaches making at least $4 million per season is an indication of how seriously the conference is taking football.
Rosters generally begin to take shape after spring practice, and several players in high-profile programs helped themselves, and their teams, this time around.
Clemson's Deshaun Watson is the odds-on favorite to win the Heisman, but there are several potential contenders in Watson's own conference.
The ACC hired its first coordinator of replay officials earlier this year, but some coaches want to go a step further.
Conference depth has hindered the ACC from earning much national respect in recent seasons, but several teams could help change that in 2016.
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Bobby Petrino says Louisville will hold satellite camps -- likely in Georgia, Florida and Alabama -- but final details haven't been ironed out yet.
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
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.
Louisville will offer plenty to 2017 draft
This group is not as deep as Louisville has been in the past -- like, say, the 10 Cardinals taken in 2015 -- but it's top-heavy with defenders who opted to return despite being eligible. Teams with most 2017 draft talent (Insider)
Pittsburgh just might have the ACC's best offensive line, but the groups at FSU, Clemson, Miami and North Carolina are right there pushing.
The pieces are now in place for a 2016 breakthrough at Louisville, where Bobby Petrino is beginning his third season back with the Cardinals.
A look at how all 14 ACC teams stack up along the front seven in 2016.
CFP rematch, anyone? Clemson moved into second place in the latest edition of Mark Schlabach's Way-Too-Early Top 25, just behind No. 1 Alabama. Texas A&M, Miami and Louisville join the top 25.
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.
Running back will be a loaded position in the ACC this fall with several stars returning and quality competition throughout the league.
A look at players who have the potential to be top draft picks from the ACC next spring.
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