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2017 Schedule
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13dTodd McShay

Justin Jones among best DTs

The 6-foot-2, 312-pound senior has reportedly transformed his body in the weight room after recording 6.5 TFL and three sacks last season

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20dESPN Staff

Chubb makes #CFBRank

Bradley Chubb broke out in a big way last season, putting up 22 tackles for a loss and 10.5 sacks, earning him the No. 28 spot on this season's #CFBRank.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

South Carolina LT Malik Young on the NC State D-line compared with what he's seen in the SEC: "They're more of a unit. A lot of SEC teams we played, they have 1 or 2 elite guys. Like, we played Tennessee last year and they had [Derek] Barnett. You could just see him. But [NC State] has more of an everybody together type of thing."

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Will Muschamp on playing NC State in Week 1: "They've got five draft picks up front."

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Bradley Chubb said he pays attention to the other D-linemen when he watches film. "We've got some freaks of nature [in the ACC]," he said, "so you watch how they do things and put it in your arsenal."

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Bradley Chubb said it was hard to root for Clemson in national championship game but he did. "I had to root for them vs Alabama. Nothing's worse than a Bama fan."

ESPN Stats & Info

Who will win the ACC?

As usual, Florida State and Clemson lead the way, with ESPN's Football Power Index giving the Seminoles a sizable advantage. Miami looks like the next-biggest threat, with outside chances for Louisville, NC State and North Carolina.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

NC State Mr. Versatility Jaylen Samuels shows off his red shoes. Where do you buy shoes like that? He says his mom got them for him.

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Watch: Day 1 at ACC media days

ACC media days kick off Thursday, with NC State coach Dave Doeren and two of his players scheduled to take the podium at approximately 12:21 p.m. ET. Watch live on ACCN Extra/WatchESPN.

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39dPhil Steele

ACC forecast for 2017: It's Florida State vs. Clemson

A season ago, Jimbo Fisher thought Florida State would be good in 2017. The time has arrived, but first the Seminoles face an ACC schedule that includes the defending national champion. Find out how the conference shapes up.

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39dAndrea Adelson

Five storylines to watch at 2017 ACC Kickoff

After knocking the SEC off its pedestal, what can the ACC do for an encore? Here are the storylines everyone will be talking about at the ACC Kickoff.

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40dDavid M. Hale

Will new star emerge at ACC Kickoff?

Preseason media events rarely provide news, but sometimes it becomes clear a player is headed for greatness, and the ACC again has a few candidates.

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40dPhil Steele

Best DL situations: NC State

With a pair of NFL prospects on the edges and plenty of beef up the middle, this group is loaded. Only two D-lines in the nation rank higher.

Chubb on Bednarik Award watch list

The ACC is well represented on the preseason Bednarik Award watch list with 18 players, including NC State DE Bradley Chubb. The honor is given to the nation's top defensive player.

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44dPhil Steele

Which college football conference is No. 1 for 2017?

After a (sort of) down year, the SEC is loaded again in 2017. But the ACC and Big Ten are right there. So which league enters 2017 as the deepest in the country?

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

The group of 24 quarterbacks who competed at the Elite 11 finals in Southern California over the weekend has been whittled down to 12 guys who will participate at The Opening in Oregon at the end of the month. Here's the full list of who was selected: Trevor Lawrence (Clemson), Justin Fields (Penn State), Tanner McKee (uncommitted), Jack Tuttle (Utah), Devin Leary (N.C. State), Tyler Shough (uncommitted), Cammon Cooper (Washington State), Quincy Patterson (Virginia Tech), Jarren Williams (Kentucky), Matt Corral (USC), Justin Rogers (TCU) and Dorian Thompson-Robinson (UCLA).

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