Last weekend's NFL draft in which 42 ACC players were selected was a reminder of how much talent was departing the conference. But just as Sammy Watkins, Aaron Donald and Kyle Fuller say goodbye, the focus turns to the players who'll step into the spotlight in 2014.
about 805 days ago | David M. Hale | Florida State Seminoles
Happy Halloween! Or, as I like to call it, Movember Eve. For the second consecutive year, I have gone with the highly-original costume of wearing a "Hello, My Name Is" sticker, writing in the word "Maybe.
about 1002 days ago | Matt Fortuna | Florida State Seminoles
After a few weeks of mediocre games, the ACC gets down to business with a top-25 showdown in Tallahassee and a battle of Coastal Division contenders in Miami. Here are some of the top storylines as the ACC gets rolling in Week 6: Battle of undefeated teams: At this point, Maryland and Florida State are both playing second fiddle to Clemson in the Atlantic Division, but the winner of Saturday's showdown in Tallahassee will firmly establish itself as the Tigers' top rival.
about 1030 days ago | David M. Hale | Florida State Seminoles
True freshman receiver Tyler Boyd had one clear objective when he arrived at Pitt. He wanted to make a statement. Boyd had no intentions of redshirting. Not at all. So he went about practice to make one play after another, to impress his coaches enough to not only earn some reps in games -- but also to win a starting job.
about 1038 days ago | Andrea Adelson | Florida State Seminoles
Here are your top five performers for Week 3 in the ACC: Georgia Tech quarterback Vad Lee: Not only did he throw the ball, he beat Duke with his arm. Lee threw four touchdown passes -- the most in a game in the Paul Johnson era, and the most by a Jackets quarterback since Reggie Ball threw four against NC State in 2006.
about 1048 days ago | Heather Dinich | Florida State Seminoles
Close to 200 prospects in Georgia sign with FBS programs each year, with the Peach State leading the country in SEC signees each of the last three years as well. Averaging more than 30 offers to in-state prospects through the last five years (153 overall), the Georgia Bulldogs have made closing the borders a priority, and with 2013 being one of the deeper classes in terms of top talent, next year will be no different for the Bulldogs.
about 1673 days ago | Kipp Adams | Georgia Bulldogs