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Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College defensive end Harold Landry returns to the Eagles to pursue a lifelong goal: becoming a first-round draft pick in 2018. But he has more on his plate than just football. Landry recently got engaged, had a baby boy in June and is on track to graduate in December. But he wouldn't want it any other way.

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Watch: Day 1 at ACC media days

ACC media days kick off Thursday, with Boston College coach Steve Addazio and two of his players scheduled to take the podium at approximately 2:36 p.m. ET. Watch live on ACCN Extra/WatchESPN.

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ACC forecast for 2017: It's Florida State vs. Clemson

A season ago, Jimbo Fisher thought Florida State would be good in 2017. The time has arrived, but first the Seminoles face an ACC schedule that includes the defending national champion. Find out how the conference shapes up.

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Will new star emerge at ACC Kickoff?

Preseason media events rarely provide news, but sometimes it becomes clear a player is headed for greatness, and the ACC again has a few candidates.

Baker named to Rimington Award watch list

Boston College C Jon Baker was one of five ACC players named to the Rimington Award watch list. The award honors the nation's top center.

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Sweeney named to Mackey watch list

Boston College junior TE Tommy Sweeney was named to the Mackey Award watch list on Tuesday. The award goes to the nation's top tight end. Last season, Sweeney caught 26 passes for 353 yards and three touchdowns.

Landry on Bednarik Award watch list

The ACC is well represented on the preseason Bednarik Award watch list with 18 players, including Boston College DE Harold Landry. The honor is given to the nation's top defensive player.

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Which college football conference is No. 1 for 2017?

After a (sort of) down year, the SEC is loaded again in 2017. But the ACC and Big Ten are right there. So which league enters 2017 as the deepest in the country?

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan State and Boston College have agreed to a home-and-home series. The schools will play at Boston College in 2024, and it Michigan State in 2025. Boston College also faces Big Ten opponents in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2022, 2026 and 2027.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

ACC commissioner John Swofford said he expects the revenue gap between his conference and the Big Ten and SEC to close once the ACC Network launches in 2019. "That's why we're doing the channel," Swofford said. "We fully expect a gap with particularly the Big Ten and SEC here for a couple of years but that's the very reason we've signed to do what we're doing. We fully expect that gap will narrow considerably when we get the channel up and running."

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Welles Crowther, whose 9/11 heroism continues to inspire, would have turned 40, Wed., May 17. The former Boston College lacrosse player died while saving others in the World Trade Center. His family, friends, college, high school (Nyack, N.Y.) and people worldwide perpetuate his legacy. In 2011, ESPN presented his story, and last year, ESPN's Tom Rinaldi authored the best-selling "The Red Bandanna."

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Get ready for the Year of the Defense in the ACC

While strong QB play got the ACC's headlines in 2016, the defenses, which feature some of the league's top stars, may generate a national buzz in '17.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills select Boston College LB Matt Milano with the No. 163 pick (fifth round), their first selection since No. 63. He was the No. 229 ranked player by ESPN but addresses the Bills' biggest remaining need, outside linebacker. Milano is 6-foot-1 and 223 pounds and should be an immediate contributor on special teams.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Third-round pick John Johnson said he "knew there was a shot" the Rams would draft him, "but I wouldn't say they were on me hot." How does he see himself? "I think I fit best as a safety, although I think I have a corner body type. I came into Boston College as a corner. I like covering man-to-man, and I like covering zone."

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John Johnson fills Rams need at safety

Los Angeles drafted the Boston College safety in the third round, and get an instinctive and fluid athlete who shows quality range.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rams got their DB. It's John Johnson, a safety out of Boston College, taken with the 91st overall pick to complete Day 2. Both of the Rams' safeties (Maurice Alexander and Lamarcus Joyner, transitioning from slot corner) are unrestricted free agents next offseason. So is their main backup (Cody Davis). Johnson is deemed to have good athleticism and ball skills. 6 feet, 208 pounds.

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