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¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo! (Seven years of Español classes in that sentence right there.)

  • Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston is back with the baseball team after serving a suspension that cost him this weekend's series against Minnesota.

  • Kelvin Benjamin could be the latest first-round pick to come out of the area in Florida known as "Muck City," the Orlando Sentinel's Brendan Sonnone writes.

  • Former Pitt lineman Aaron Donald could be the top defensive tackle taken in the NFL draft. Credit his work ethic for that, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune writes.

  • The state of North Carolina is a fertile, underrated recruiting ground for ACC and SEC schools, ESPN RecruitingNation reporter Gerry Hamilton writes (Insider).

  • David Hood of TigerNet.com recaps Clemson's week, which includes the university telling the Freedom of Religion Foundation facts were "misconstrued."

  • Stanford QB transfer David Olson will add another name to the Clemson starting quarterback competition, writes Kerry Capps in the (Anderson, S.C.) Independent Mail.

  • Georgia Tech and special teams coordinator Dave Walkosky parted ways on Friday, writes Ken Sugiura in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

  • NFL Network's Mike Mayock told the Miami Herald that former Canes offensive lineman Seantrel Henderson won't go early despite being a first-round talent, and that was before reports he tested positive for marijuana during the NFL combine.

  • Syracuse and Cleveland Browns great Jim Brown had strong words for the NCAA, writes Nate Mink of the Syracuse Post-Standard.