Friday, January 25, 2013

ACC Football Links

By Andrea Adelson |

Clemson running back Andre Ellington is using the Senior Bowl to show scouts size isn't everything.

ESPN 300 receiver Kyrin Priester has flipped his commitment from N.C. State to Clemson.

Blair Holliday plans to work while waiting reinstatement at Duke.

An injury could force Florida State cornerback Ronald Darby to miss spring football and track season.

Georgia Tech's new AD plans to raise the school's profile.

Meet Maryland commit Milan Collins.

Manny Navarro of The Miami Herald discusses what Miami could be getting from the NCAA. Lots of speculation out there. Offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch is off to the Jags.

With Mike Glennon, NFL scouts are busy sizing up another N.C. State quarterback.

New UVa assistant Tom O'Brien says he has no anger over his dismissal as NC State head coach.

Larry Lewis hopes to give UVa's special teams a shot in the arm. Highly touted UVa recruit Taquan Mizzell was arrested during his official visit and charged with underage possession of alcohol.

Virginia Tech offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler has drawn rave reviews.

Athlon Sports presents the Top 10 ACC teams of the BCS era.

By Heather Dinich |

There is no offseason...

Frank Beamer has an interesting history of offensive coordinators.

This would be an awesome hire for Miami. Goferit, Al Golden.

Florida State is trying to have another top-notch recruiting class despite the loss of five assistants.

Clemson and Georgia have no interest in moving their opener to Labor Day.

Miami's Mike James has been invited to the Senior Bowl

He is replacing Andre Ellington, who withdrew because he was injured.

Any more of this and the NCAA's credibility "could fit on a golf tee."

Miami should get a free pass, writes Dennis Dodd.

End it now. Please.

Russell Wilson is a Pro Bowler. Surprised? Not Dana Bible.

Georgia Tech has parted ways with one of its recruits. What happened?

Clemson reserve cornerback Cortez Davis will transfer.

Louisville has upped the ante on coaching salaries in the ACC.

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