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11 of 19 ACC players with at least 5 sacks last year are gone for 2016. Top returners: Ejuan Price, 11.5* Devonte Fields, 11 Demarcus Walker, 10.5* Micah Kiser, 7.5 Matt Milano, 6.5 Mikey Bart, 6.5* Bradley Chubb, 5.5* Matt Galambos, 5 *Only 4 are tradition defensive ends
DE Al-Quadin Muhammad and LB Jermaine Grace have been permanently dismissed from the Hurricanes program for violating NCAA rules.
With the season finally approaching, an exciting slate of matchups awaits the ACC and its fans this fall.
With Dalvin Cook of Florida State leading the way, the ACC could push the SEC as the conference with the best collective group of running backs.
It's a fun-but-complicated question: Who are college football's blue-blood programs? Our writers ranked all 128 and pinpointed the eight schools the sport wouldn't be the same without.
Will Canes sustain winds in October?
Expect major noise from Miami during September, according to our Heather Dinich. With cupcake games early, a 4-0 start certainly isn't out of the question heading into the big rivalry game with Florida State. Most pressing questions (Insider)
For best pure passer, the Herbie goes to ...
Kirk Herbstreit names Washington State's Luke Falk, Miami's Brad Kaaya, Southern Miss' Nick Mullens, UCLA's Josh Rosen and Cal's Davis Webb as nominees for the nation's best "pure passers." 2016 Herbies
Optimism is high at Miami with new head coach Mark Richt in charge of the Hurricanes.
The ACC figures to provide some explosive matchups this season, and ESPN's reporters expect Clemson to continue its dominance.
With schedules that vary in difficulty, do Coastal teams that face an easier Atlantic division slate have an advantage?
Garnet and gold, Clemson's orange, and Miami's too. Pitt's classic look and Louisville's angry birds, who's uniforms are the best?
Miami falls short in preseason poll
Miami received 159 votes but just missed the cut in the preseason AP Poll. It's the sixth straight season in which the Hurricanes have started the season unranked. The last time Miami began and finished the season ranked was 2005. AP Top 25
How about we celebrate the weekend by cracking open the ACC mailbag
Now is as good a time as any to unveil our ACC preseason position rankings. Today, we rank the front seven.
The Hurricanes needs WR, OL and DBs more than anything in 2017 class, but is Richt and staff going to bring them in?
Veterans like Derwin James (FSU) and Josh Harvey-Clemons (Louisville) give the Seminoles and Cardinals the ACC's most complete secondaries.
Clemson enters the season with the ACC's best group of pass-catchers, a unit featuring good size, veteran savvy, and exciting young talent.
Miami Hurricanes junior running back Trayone Gray suffered a torn ACL and will miss the season, according to reports.
Miami expects true freshman to step up
First-year Miami coach Mark Richt expects Shaquille Quarterman, ESPN's No. 3-rated inside linebacker in the 2016 class, to make an immediate impact on the 103rd-ranked Hurricanes run defense. Breakout players (Insider)
Miami vs Florida A&M Rattlers
Hard Rock Stadium - Sat 9/3