Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich
Yes, there are other games this week besides Georgia Tech and Miami. Here's what's being said about them:
Will Yeatman is an interesting two-sport athlete who has gone from a former Notre Dame tight end and attackman to a Maryland lacrosse player and possibly back to the football field for the Terps.
For the second time in three weeks, Virginia Tech's offensive line will have to deal with one of the nation's top defensive linemen.
It's status quo for BC's quarterbacks -- Justin Tuggle will start but Dave Shinskie will also play.
Clemson offensive lineman Landon Walker thought he was going to be kicked off the team, but instead, he got his starting job back.
BYU quarterback Max Hall has impressed FSU's defense on film. Odds are they'll appreciate him even more on Saturday.
Wake Forest's Gelo Orange is making the transition from linebacker to defensive end, and they need him now more than ever.
Quarterbacks have been struggling in the state of North Carolina.
NC State's longtime equipment manager is stepping down.
Coaches throughout the ACC faced questions this week about whether or not the FCS schools are closing the gap. Well, they've certainly allowed them to keep it interesting.
The ACC hasn't exactly gotten off to a strong start, that's for sure, and Barry Jacobs writes that knocking ACC football early in the season is "so easy its not very sporting."
Larry Williams caught up with Dabo Swinney for an extended interview, and it's in a three-part series for the ACC Sports Journal.