Saturday, February 9, 2013

ACC Football Links

TAIVON JACOBS (Mark Gail/Washington Post)

Hey, it’s February, who isn’t thinking about college football?

By Andrea Adelson |

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher says he is going to interview coaching candidates to fill James Coley's vacancy next week.

Pitt and Florida State could open the 2013 season.

Mark Bradley of The AJC stirs it up, asking, "When, if ever, will Georgia Tech again beat UGA?"

Maryland recruit Taivon Jacobs talks about flipping to the Terps.

Miami says of the 10,000 drug tests performed on student-athletes, zero have tested positive for steroids.

The UNC Board of Governors remained skeptical that academic fraud could only be pinned on two people in the African studies department.

North Carolina coach Larry Fedora focused on speed, athleticism and versatility in his recruiting class.

Notre Dame won't join the ACC until the fall of 2014.

Virginia's secondary is getting an influx of talented defensive backs.

How Wake Forest offensive lineman Cameron Gardner evolved into a football player.

PJ Batten ended up at Syracuse after flirting with Duke.

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