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.
There's reason to believe the Hokies could navigate a difficult schedule to remain in the thick of the playoff race late into the season.
Someone already familiar with the fabric of a university's culture may be better suited to be its athletic director.
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.
With spring ball not far off, we continue our check-in on the ACC's top units with a look at special teams, where Virginia Tech leads a solid pack.
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.
We take the pulse of 2017 ACC rushing attacks, including a look at the stockpile of talent Florida State will call upon to replace Dalvin Cook.
The ACC will have an interesting mix of veterans and underclassmen at linebacker in 2017, with Virginia Tech's group looking like the best.
Bud Foster is not shy about playing true freshmen, and if S Devon Hunter is as good as advertised, he will have an opportunity to start right away.
Did any team's recruiting class last week shake up how we think the conference will shake out come the fall?
The recruiting classes of Mark Richt, Justin Fuente, Bronco Mendenhall and Dino Babers each saw a jump in the rankings in their second year.
Florida State, Clemson, Miami and Virginia Tech hauled in top-25 recruiting classes. North Carolina and Louisville weren't too far behind.
USC had the strongest signing day. Urban Meyer inked his best class. Florida State grabbed the best available player. But Bama remains No. 1 in the second edition of the Way-Too-Early Top 25.
National signing day is in the books. For the top 25 teams celebrating their big days, here are the recruits who should be instant starters.
Florida State and Clemson, as expected, dominated on the national signing day, but Mark Richt has Miami right on their heels.
Several programs, including USC and Florida, made some big moves on national signing day, but the day wasn't a great one for several Big 12 programs.
Florida State and Miami had some big-time signees in 2013, some of whom panned out and some of whom didn't live up to expectations.
A stellar 2016 signing class didn't always have the expected impact, but the ACC's second-year players are ready for the spotlight now.