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Sorry I missed this one yesterday, guys. Great read on Virginia tight end Colter Phillips and how his family is coping with the death of his father a year later.
Virginia's real work is about to begin, including finding a quarterback.
UVA offensive coordinator Bill Lazor hasn't offered up any clues as to who that might be. Maybe that's because he doesn't have any yet.
Jim Grobe cracks me up. He said Joe Looney looks like he combs his hair with a grenade.
North Carolina fans aren't quite sure how they feel about the state of their football program, according to one poll.
David Glenn spoke with Frank Beamer recently about a variety of topics.
The quarterback competition is heating up at Georgia Tech.
Maryland running back Davin Meggett says this is his team, not Randy Edsall's. Don't look now, but the Terps have a leader.
Jimbo Fisher has been pleased with his team's attitude.
BC defensive coordinator Bill McGovern is ready for another defensive challenge.
BC linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis will help make that challenge a little bit easier.
Virginia Tech held its first mini-scrimmage, but no starters were on the field.
Clemson freshman Bashaud Breeland is making a push for some playing time.
Miami linebacker Jordan Futch is tired of being No. 2.
Congrats to the NC State players who started the chapter of Uplifting Athletes. It's a great cause, and would be perfect for Florida State right now to help the cause of Ethan Fisher.
Maryland's Kenny Tate has moved from safety to linebacker, but who will take over in the Terps' secondary?
Some news and notes from Day 4 of Miami's camp.