Reigning Heisman winner Lamar Jackson is back to terrify defenses again in 2017. Who knows what he'll bring this time around.
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Making the Heisman Trophy winner better? Bobby Petrino says film study and a few tweaks can help QB Lamar Jackson and the offense reach a new level.
With a strong spring, Jack Allison could assert himself as the odds-on favorite to win Miami's starting quarterback job.
Florida State will need to improve its pass blocking in order to become an elite team, while N'Kosi Perry would give Miami a running threat at QB.
Spring is nearly upon us, and that means it's about time for teams to prepare for next season. Which ACC school needs the biggest spring?
Craig Haubert ESPN Staff Writer
ESPNJr300 OT Dawson Jaramillo (Lake Oswego, OR) said was offered by Louisville yesterday & visited UCLA unofficially yesterday as well. Took a trip to TCU last weekend & that visit made an impression as he said the Horned Frogs were the team standing out to him right now. Also hopes to get to Oregon & Washington this spring & Virginia when school lets out in June.
Answering ACC reader questions about an epic opener, Louisville's running game, optimistic outlooks for Pitt and NC State and more.
Peter Sirmon was 12 when he saw his older brother play at Idaho, where Bobby Petrino was an assistant. Now, Sirmon is Petrino's defensive coordinator.
Reigning Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson recently ran a 4.34 40-yard dash, according to Louisville coach Bobby Petrino. The four fastest quarterbacks at the NFL combine last week were Trevor Knight (4.54), Joshua Dobbs (4.64), Deshaun Watson (4.66) and Mitchell Trubisky (4.67).
They aren't easily noticed, but unheralded recruits such as Virginia Tech's Zohn Burden and Baylor's Joey McGuire are doing big things in 2018.
Time for another installment of the ACC mailbag.
Todd McShay expects the Cardinals linebacker to be quizzed about events that took place both at Louisville and previously at TCU while Mel Kiper Jr. writes that DeAngelo Brown could be drafted despite not being invited to Indianapolis.
A new offensive line coach might do a better job of creating openings for Louisville's Lamar Jackson in the Cardinals' quest to topple Clemson.
After the Cardinals struggled down the stretch last season, Bobby Petrino has a plan to help Louisville avoid making the same mistakes.
It's nearly impossible to win a national championship with questions at quarterback. Which programs have the best QB situation for the immediate future? The answer might surprise you.
Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer
Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson won the Heisman Trophy, but after Deshaun Watson's performance in the College Football Playoff, some wondered whether voters had "Heisman remorse." Louisville coach Bobby Petrino weighed in on that topic, telling ESPN.com Friday, "I think all you have to do is look at his numbers. What Lamar did probably won't be matched for a long, long time. It was one of the most amazing seasons anyone has ever put together." Jackson threw for 3,543 yards, ran for 1,571 yards and scored 51 total touchdowns. Watson finished second in the December voting.
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.
The schedule couldn't set up much better for the Cardinals, who don't have any overly difficult stretches and get Clemson at home.
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.
Florida State's secondary should be among the nation's best; Louisville and Georgia Tech both expect to be strong on the back end, too.
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.