Clemson may have the talent to replace its departing stars on offense, but its rugged September schedule will surely pose a challenge.
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Spring practices are beginning. Whether it's replacing a coach or a quarterback, evaluating a big-name transfer or getting top recruits into the mix, each of our top 25 teams faces uncertainties.
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With nine commitments already in the fold, Miami struck close to home Saturday, picking up an eighth ESPN Junior 300 verbal in Camron Davis.
The University of Miami announced Monday that defensive back Cedrick Wright is no longer a member of the football program after playing last season as a true freshman.
Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer
Miami loses four defensive backs with starting experience to graduation, and on Monday the Hurricanes announced DB Cedrick Wright won't return for his sophomore season. He was held out of two games last season for disciplinary reasons, and Mark Richt said Monday the two agreed Wright needs a fresh start elsewhere.
Craig Haubert ESPN Staff Writer
ESPNJR300 RB Lorenzo Lingard talks about why he committed to Miami. He also said at this time he has no plans to visit any other schools.
Someone already familiar with the fabric of a university's culture may be better suited to be its athletic director.
Miami has some questions to answer at quarterback and in the secondary, but its schedule appears to be one of the easiest to navigate in the ACC.
A standout cornerback for the Hurricanes from 1997 to 2000 and a Super Bowl champion with the Patriots, Leonard Myers died Friday morning at the age of 38.
The Coastal champion may not win the ACC title, but it could still make a New Year's Six game. Plus, who follows DeShaun Watson and who might surprise.
Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer
Former Miami linebacker Jon Beason has donated $250,000 toward the Hurricanes' proposed indoor practice facility. Miami still needs about $3 million to break ground on the $34 million project. Beason, who spent 10 years in the NFL, isn't the only famous former alum who gave a large donation for the facility. Coach Mark Richt donated $1 million last year.
The ACC's top prospects have their eye on the NFL draft, and the next step is selling themselves during the upcoming NFL scouting combine.
Quarterback competitions are a rite of spring, and some of the nation's top programs are searching for starters. Here's an early look at the best battles and who could be starting in the fall.
Although it's difficult to duplicate the meteoric rise of Texas' Tom Herman, some young coaches across college football are poised to be big players in the next coaching carousel.
David Njoku could be the first tight end off the board, though Alabama's O.J. Howard has soared up the rankings over the last month.
The ACC will have an interesting mix of veterans and underclassmen at linebacker in 2017, with Virginia Tech's group looking like the best.
Clemson could have the nation's best defensive line, and despite losing DeMarcus Walker the line at Florida State isn't too far behind.
Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson leads the pack, and Florida State's Deondre Francois is on the rise.
Miami closed out the 2017 strong under Mark Richt and are off and running in 2018 with a bevy of ESPN Jr300 verbals. With six ESPN Jr300 commits already in the fold, the Hurricanes added the highest ranked recruit yet in the junior class on Thursday when No.
Mark Richt picked up where he left off at Georgia, signing a top-5 recruiting class in his first year at Miami, but what happens next is the test.
The Hurricanes are counting on Navaughn Donaldson to make a big contribution on the offensive line during his freshman year.
The 2017 recruiting class is full of familiar names -- including players who signed to play for their fathers and sons of famous alumni.
Did any team's recruiting class last week shake up how we think the conference will shake out come the fall?
The top lawyer at the National Labor Relations Board issued an official opinion this week that players at all 17 private colleges in the FBS are employees of their schools.