Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Football Links

By Heather Dinich |

The NCAA plans on moving forward with its investigation, but is that fair?

Miami president Donna Shalala certainly doesn't seem to think so.

Virginia Tech's staff changes didn't require a huge change in the budget.

Georgia Tech defensive coordinator Ted Roof is now one of the highest-paid assistants in the ACC.

Former Clemson defensive end Da'Quan Bowers has gotten into some trouble.

Syracuse fans want to know if Ashton Broyld will ever live up to the hype.

One of Clemson's tasks this spring -- become more physical.

Pitt didn't have to look far to find its next defensive coordinator, but expect a few changes.

UNC's Holden Thorp is leaving behind plenty of headaches.

A North Carolina judge has refused to dismiss the ACC’s lawsuit against Maryland.

There is a hangup with Pitt opening against FSU.

How did Syracuse fare in its first offseason recruiting against the ACC?

Is it way too early to say Clemson is a top-five team? Yup.

North Carolina has a chance to make a splash in 2013.

Sorry to see Michael Cole's career come to an end.

Good luck to former FSU quarterback EJ Manuel in the "Gruden QB Camp" on ESPN.

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