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Preseason all-ACC team, players to watch, words from the ACC commissioner and everything you need to know for the start of the season.
- Transfer Angeline to sit 3 games at NC State
- NC State lands No. 31 Jackson, highest in years
- Ex-NC State lineman Gray found shot to death
- Miller thrilled to have Chubb; feeling's mutual
Does your team need a pass-rusher in 2019? You're in luck. Todd runs through his top-ranked prospects, and don't worry -- there are two QBs.
Imagine having to follow in the footsteps of a Heisman winner like Baker Mayfield, or be the next man up behind a do-it-all back like Saquon Barkley. The guys on this list won't have to wonder.
North Carolina State coach Dave Doeren says USC transfer tight end Cary Angeline will be eligible to play after sitting out the first three games.
Which programs are in the best shape at QB heading into the season? It's hard to top Penn State, where Trace McSorley returns looking for another record-setting season.
NC State lost its entire top-level defensive line to the draft this year, but Savion Jackson can help build it back.
Defensive end Savion Jackson, the No. 31-ranked prospect in the class of 2019, committed to NC State over South Carolina on Wednesday, becoming the highest-ranked prospect to pick the Wolfpack in the 14 years ESPN has ranked football prospects.
Alisha Miller ESPN.com
NC State football coach Dave Doeren is an honorary race official for Sunday's NASCAR Cup race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Doeren admitted his racing knowledge is quite limited, but he's excited to be taking it all in. He also talked some Wolfpack football, noting that Ryan Finley is returning to the program and "Ryan wants to be the best QB in college football and feels like another year will help him do that. "
Carlos Gray, a former defensive lineman for NC State who played four preseason games for the Packers, was found shot to death in his home.
If Von Miller's happiest of happy dances is any indication, there may not be anyone with the Broncos more fired up about defensive end Bradley Chubb being their first-round draft pick than Miller.
Overlooked as a recruit, Bradley Chubb dominated teams that didn't offer him a scholarship. He's on everyone's radar now but hasn't lost his edge.
Adam Schefter talks to NC State prospect Bradley Chubb about his expectations for the upcoming NFL Draft, where he thinks he'll land, his goals at the next level and more.
NC State football coach Dave Doeren, coming off a 9-4 season, will make $3 million per season as part of his new five-year deal.
Although several teams have already ended their spring-practice seasons, the festivities begin in earnest this weekend, with at least one team from four Power 5 leagues finishing with open scrimmages.
Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer
I'm told that N.C. State running back Nyheim Hines worked out privately for Bucs offensive coordinator Todd Monken the day after his pro day last month. The two also went over video and board work. Hines clocked a 4.38 at the combine, the fastest 40 for all running backs. He can also return kicks.
As we finish up our dream, 64-team college football bracket, which team reigns supreme? Thanks to a dominant defense and several options at QB, Dabo Swinney's squad comes out on top.
Sure, the College Football Playoff is great, but let's get greedy. Using the 2018 preseason FPI, we get down to the Sweet 16 in a true version of gridiron madness.
Last season, with one exception, defensive players defined the ACC. With Lamar Jackson's exit, which offensive players can make a mark in 2018?
After a very successful 2017 season, Dave Doeren believes he and his staff have established a standard and culture players can believe in at NC State.
Which teams are primed for success over the next three seasons at the game's most important position? A true freshman led Georgia to the title game, and the Bulldogs have the nation's top 2018 recruit on campus, but Clemson and Alabama aren't far behind.
The classes are full, and the grades are out. Alabama, Ohio State and Texas impressed and earned the only three A-plus marks.
Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer
North Carolina State DT Justin Jones (6-foot-2, 311 pounds) displayed some power during one-on-one pass rush drills today. Come off the ball, use the bull-rush technique and create a serious push up the field.