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2016 Schedule
9-4, 1st in ACC - Atlantic
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3dAndrea Adelson

ACC schedule review: Louisville Cardinals

The schedule couldn't set up much better for the Cardinals, who don't have any overly difficult stretches and get Clemson at home.

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8dAndrea Adelson

ACC position rankings: Defensive backs

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.

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11dAndrea Adelson

ACC position rankings: Quarterback

Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson leads the pack, and Florida State's Deondre Francois is on the rise.

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12dSam Khan

Former Alabama DL Allen wins Lombardi Award

The Lombardi Award, which has been given to the nation's top collegiate lineman since 1970, was awarded to former Alabama defensive lineman Jonathan Allen on Saturday.

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The Lombardi Award ceremony is underway in Houston. Alabama's Jonathan Allen, Texas A&M's Myles Garrett, Louisville's Lamar Jackson and Michigan's Jabrill Peppers are the finalists.

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17dAndrea Adelson

Instant impact recruit: Louisville

Several freshmen offensive linemen are expected to make a major impact for Louisville this season.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Want more proof the arrow is pointed up for the ACC? The conference has nine teams ranked among the latest top 40 recruiting classes, second behind the SEC (12). That would be the most Top 40 classes for the league since it expanded to 14 teams in 2013: No. 6 Florida State No. 9 Clemson No. 13 Miami No. 23 Virginia Tech No. 26 North Carolina No. 28 Louisville No. 33 Pitt No. 34 Duke No. 39 Georgia Tech We'll see how they finish up later today.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville has gone a long way toward addressing its offensive line concerns. The Cards signed five offensive linemen in this class, including three ESPN-rated four stars: top junior college transfer Ronald Rudd, Mekhi Becton and Toryque Bateman. Caleb Chandler and Cole Bentley round out the group. Add newly hired line coach Mike Summers, and there should be high expectations for a much better group in front of Lamar Jackson in 2017.


Watch: A.J. Davis to make college choice

The 5-foot-11, 193-pounder from Lakeland, Florida is the 14th-ranked running back in the Class of 2017. He'll choose from Louisville, Pitt and South Florida at 1:20 p.m. ET. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

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Watch: Jeff Thomas to make college decision

East St. Louis, Illinois WR Jeff Thomas, the No. 55 recruit in the ESPN 300, will choose from Illinois, Tennessee, Louisville, Miami and Oregon live at 10:45 a.m. ET. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

I'll be in Lincoln later to visit Nebraska, which just received a morning boost as defensive end Guy Thomas of Miami's Booker T. Washington High School signed with the Cornhuskers. Thomas had pledged in January to Nebraska but continued to consider Pitt and Louisville until signing day.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Louisville received the national letter of intent from four-star athlete Russ Yeast. The Cardinals held off Notre Dame, who made a late push for Yeast, and officially add the Indiana prospect to this class.

Unsung recruits like Manziel often make big impacts (1:17)
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25dGerry Hamilton

Which commits could change their minds?

South Carolina holds a commitment from top-five cornerback Jamyest Williams for now, but can his home-state team, Georgia, turn it around? Time is running out for Williams and others to decide.

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