Frankly, I’m surprised it took the Internet this long to come up with this list of “Game of Thrones” characters as cats.
At the ACC’s spring meetings, the future of NCAA governance is a hot topic, writes the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
With ACC schools now required to schedule a Power 5 nonconference game, BC Interruption comes up with a formula to rank all 50 options.
The SEC’s decision to stay with an eight-game conference schedule made things easy for the ACC, writes the Orlando Sentinel.
North Carolina and NC State are both struggling in APR, writes the Charlotte Observer.
Bobby Petrino hasn’t closed the door on the possibility that signee Sharieff Rhaheed-Muhammad could still enroll at Louisville after pleading no contest to lewd and lascivious conduct in March, writes The Courier-Journal.
Longtime Virginia Tech assistant Billy Hite is retiring in July, writes The Roanoke Times.
RamblinWreck.com catches up with former Georgia Tech receiver Tyler Melton, the only true freshman to start a season opener for the Jackets in the Paul Johnson era.
A four-star O-lineman who grew up rooting for South Carolina officially became Clemson’s 13th commitment for the Class of 2015, writes Tiger Net.
USA Today previews what could be in store for Wake Forest this season.