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It doesn't sound like Virginia will be getting the services of injured offensive lineman Landon Bradley anytime soon.
This has not been a good offseason for ACC offensive linemen. NC State joined the injured club.
Boston College, however, finally has the numbers it needs up front, where Nate Richman is ready to be a leader.
Georgia Tech receiver Stephen Hill tried to do too much last year. Now he's comfortable in his role.
Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd has a chance to be a difference-maker as a dual-threat quarterback in the new offense, but he also increases his chances of getting hurt.
UNC chancellor Holden Thorp has no plans of stepping down after the untimely firing of Butch Davis.
Florida State safety Lamarcus Joyner and slot receiver Jarred Haggins are getting the best out of each other at practice.
Miami's quarterback competition is still a dead heat.
Sean Spence and Marcus Forston are happy they didn't leave early for the NFL. I bet they're not the only ones.
Virginia linebacker LaRoy Reynolds vows to be even better this fall.
Virginia Tech's latest injury report could affect the backup quarterback competition.