What WWE-style entrance theme would you come out to if you were taken in the NFL draft's first round? I want AC/DC's "Thunderstruck" (the live version), but I'm waiting for the full 90-second intro to play before stepping out.
Andy Bitter of the Roanoke (Va.) Times takes one final look at the Hokies' draft prospects.
Football support staff positions are popping up across college football, and Virginia Tech is joining the trend by posting two new support positions.
Pitt athletic director Steve Pederson spoke to Chris Peak of Panther-Lair.com about the school's APR, as well as conference scheduling, divisions and crossover games.
Nate Mink of the Syracuse (N.Y.) Post-Standard looks at which former Orange players might sign with NFL teams.
Florida State could be the first team to win the national championship but fail to have a first-round pick since 2003, Brendan Sonnone of the Orlando Sentinel writes.
From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Georgia Tech football was honored for its APR score; former linebacker Jerry Attaochu is ready for the NFL draft nerves to dissipate; and Yellow Jackets player personnel director Matt Griffin is no longer with the program.
Cole Stoudt will have just one season to turn NFL front offices into believers, Kerry Capps of the (Anderson, S.C.) Independent Mail writes.
Former UNC tight end Eric Ebron said NFL general managers told him he has a unique talent that could make him a receiving asset, Andrew Carter of the Charlotte Observer writes.
Miami will not have a first-round pick once again, but Canes fans should pay attention to the later rounds, Susan Miller Degnan of the Miami Herald writes.
From the (Charlottesville, Va.) Daily Progress: New UVa assistant Jappy Oliver was instrumental in developing Khalil Mack, who figures to be a first-round pick tonight; Morgan Moses could be the fourth Cavs offensive lineman since 2006 selected in the first round; and Virginia fans can thank former defensive coordinator Jim Reid for landing Moses.