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ACC's lunchtime links

Expect the Miami headlines to continue for a long, long time ...

  • The NCAA will consider making an exception to its four-year statute of limitations for Miami, which means its investigation could go as far back as 2002.

  • Here's a great Q&A with Billy Corben, the filmmaker who directed the “ESPN 30 for 30” documentary “The U.”

  • Jimbo Fisher's heart is with his son, but his mind is with the team.

  • Several true freshmen at Virginia have put themselves in position for immediate playing time.

  • North Carolina defensive tackle Sylvester Williams has an interesting story to tell.

  • Some news and notes for you out of Chapel Hill.

  • Here are five questions facing Virginia Tech heading into this season.

  • The practice habits of Georgia Tech B-back David Sims have lit a fire under his teammates.

  • Wake Forest running back Josh Harris has a chance to be special, but he's got to stay healthy and durable, and he's working on both.

  • Virginia Tech's top five receivers from a year ago are back. Will they all get enough touches this fall to stay happy?

  • Virginia coach Mike London wanted to make sure Ausar Walcott knew what it felt like to be uncomfortable.

  • NC State's Markus Kuhn and J.R. Sweezy could be mistaken for brothers, but there are plenty of differences between them.