ACC in the morning -- Travel edition

Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich

Mornin' ACC fans. Sorry for the delay this morning and the abbreviated version, but I'm on the road again and the Internet in the airport is slow. Heading out to Boston College.

We'll get to the Eagles in a second, but the most important thing to keep an eye on is at Florida State. What do the Seminoles have to hide? Apparently, a lot.

Yes, that topic will eventually be revisited.

Back to the Eagles.

You might question their offense, but there's no need to question the Boston College defense, especially now that 325-pound defensive tackle B.J. Raji is ready to rumble. And don't forget about Brian Toal, who had a brief scare Tuesday for a "spasm of the trapezius."

In Miami's final scrimmage of the summer -- which was closed to the public and media -- the offense was ahead of the defense, mainly because of a receiver named Leonard Hankerson, who caught three touchdown passes.

About 5,000 FSU season tickets are still up for grabs, and there are obvious reasons for it.

Will six lucky pennies mean six wins for Duke? Probably not, but David Cutcliffe thinks he has a good football team. The possibilities are endless, but only one scenario is realistic this season.

Drew Weatherford's roller coaster of a career is coming to an end, but will that time come before he's ready? Here's a breakdown of the Seminoles' quarterbacks.

OK I'll be on a plane and in a car for a few hours, but check back later.