Saturday, February 2, 2013

You Had To See This Coming: ACC Eyeing NYC As ACC Tournament Site

You had to figure with Syracuse, Pitt, Notre Dame and Boston College in the ACC that the league muckity mucks would be scheming on a plan to hold the ACC Tournament in the Big Apple.

We say, all ahead full.  

The tournament, a logical staple of Greensboro, NC when the league was centered in North Carolina, Virginia and Maryland made sense.  With the addition of Georgia and Florida to the mix (and Boston College) it made sense to have the tournament in Tampa and Atlanta although Boston was never in the mix.

But the Big (L)East made a mint in both actual coin and recruiting cred with its’ tournament annually held at Madison Square Garden and the Tobacco Road alliance would be cray not to envy the exposure.  Not to mention it’s New York City.

We have attended the tournament in Greensboro and it has a nice homie feel to it, but it feels a little like a commuter event.  The North Carolinians come and go and dump their tickets when their squad is eliminated.  The lone tournament we attended in Washington D.C. was big fun as everybody from every school but Maryland was all mixed in together with nowhere else to go for four days.  Bar hopping around the Verizon (then MCI) center was like attending various alumni association meetings.

Now a school official has told ESPN that the city that never sleeps is back on the conference’s radar. 
That said, the deadline to bid for the 2016-21 ACC tournaments was in September, and neither Madison Square Garden or the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn submitted a bid. Oops.

Bids were submitted by the usual suspects for the 2016-21 skein including:  Atlanta (Philips Arena), Charlotte, Greensboro, N.C., Tampa, Fla., and Washington D.C. The 2013-15 ACC men's basketball tournaments will be held in Greensboro.

Four cities -- Miami, Orlando, Pittsburgh and Atlanta (Georgia Dome), who all submitted a bid to host a tournament between 2016-21 -- have been eliminated from contention to host because the ACC has chosen to eschew domes in favor of traditional basketball arenas.  Good on the ACC.

Let’s see what happens moving forward...

Pop Culture Is King: T.A.H. Must Read

Those Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPN
Drawing upon over 500 interviews with the greatest names in ESPN's history and an All-Star collection of some of the world's finest athletes, bestselling authors James Miller and Tom Shales take the reader behind the cameras.

In their own words, the men and women who made ESPN great reveal the secrets behind its success-as well as the many scandals, rivalries, off-screen battles and triumphs that have accompanied their ascent to the “worldwide leader.”  

The style is the same as the authors other great book about pop culture - Live From New York - a history of Saturday Night Live told from the perspective of those involved with all levels of the famous television show. 

Fans At The Wellington Sevens

Rugby people will get this...

Fans pose during the 2013 Wellington Sevens at Westpac Stadium on February 1, 2013 in Wellington, New Zealand. 

and the winner is...

Canada celebrate after winning the bowl final during the 2013 Wellington Sevens at Westpac Stadium on February 2, 2013 in Wellington, New Zealand.

Photos by Hagen Hopkins and Hannah Johnston/Getty Images AsiaPac. 

Pictures Of The Day

In this handout image provided by the Ferrari press office, the new Ferrari F138 Formula one car is launched online on February 01, 2013. (Handout/Getty Images Europe) 

(L-R) Olympian Lolo Jones, NFL players Alfred Morris and Matt Forte attend The Flywheel Challenge at the NFL House hosted by Shannon Sharpe at The Chicory on February 1, 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  Lolo looks winded. (Vivien Killilea/Getty Images North America)

Sahara Force India Formula 1 driver Paul Di Resta of Great Britain with the team's new car for the 2013 Formula 1 season, the VJM06, during the launch at the Silverstone circuit on February 1, 2013 in Northampton, England. (Mark Thompson/Getty Images Europe)

Tired of talking? Chris Culliver made an anti-gay remark to comedian Artie Lange (working for Howard Stern?) who said he was doing a “goofy interview and asking all sorts of stupid questions.” Culliver said he wouldn’t welcome a gay teammate and that set off an explosion back home in San Francisco and all over the Super Bowl-infused Internet.  (Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Friday, February 1, 2013

Just Because We Can

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A new Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadsters is seen as it is driven along the south runway at the Miami International Airporton January 28, 2013 in Miami, Florida. The world wide unveiling of the new luxury super sports cars took place at the airport. 

Weekend ACC Basketball Schedule

CLEMSON @ BOSTON COLLEGE, 12:00 PM, TV: ACC Network (XM 190 :: SIRIUS 92)




MIAMI @ N.C. STATE, 4:00 PM, TV: CBS (XM 85 :: SIRIUS 85)


Note: The game of the week is clearly Miami at N.C. State at 4pm Saturday on CBS.  Also, the Sunday night game has been moved to 3pm so it is over prior to kickoff of the Super Bowl. 

Mickelson’s Putt For 59 Lips Out, And Other Earth-Shaking News

(Hunter Martin/Getty Images North America) Phil Mickelson pointed his putter at the cup and started to walk toward the hole, ready to celebrate golf's magic number.

Right at the end, though, the ball caught the right edge of the cup, curled 180 degrees to the other side of the hole and stayed out. A fraction of an inch turned cheers to gasps and cost him a 59 on Thursday in the first round of the Phoenix Open.

"Six feet to go, it was in the center," Mickelson said. "Three feet to go, it was in the center. A foot to go, it was in the center, and even as it's approaching the hole, I couldn't envision which side of the hole it could possibly miss on, and it ended up somehow just dying off at the end, catching the lip."

His caddie, Jim Mackay, fell to his knees and stayed there several seconds.

"He could not have hit a better putt," Mackay said.

Pop Culture: Keep It In Your Pants, Dan

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News surfaced yesterday that Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino cheated on his wife of 28 years with Donna Savattere, a production assistant at CBS Sports, and fathered a love child, who is currently seven-years-old.  

Video Of The Day

Pictures Of The Day

(L - R) McLaren Mercedes Formula 1 drivers Jenson Button of Great Britain and Sergio Perez of Mexico unveil the Mercedes McLaren MP4-28 at the McLaren technology centre on January 31, 2013 in Woking, England.  That’s a bad-ass ride right there...(Source: Mark Thompson/Getty Images Europe)
Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat dribbles against Joe Johnson (Georgia Tech) of the Brooklyn Nets during their game at the Barclays Center on January 30, 2013 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. ( Al Bello/Getty Images North America)
Michal Navratil of the Czech Republic competes during the Red Bull Cliff Diving qualifying round in the Hawkesbury River on January 31, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. (Cameron Spencer/Getty Images AsiaPac)
Foul? No foul? Seth Curry of the Duke Blue Devils tries to steal the ball from Codi Miller-McIntyre of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons during their game at Lawrence Joel Coliseum on January 30, 2013 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images North America)

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Hump Night ACC Basketball: Nothing Weird Happened

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#5 DUKE 75, WAKE FOREST 70 - Mason Plumlee scored a career-high 32 points and No. 5 Duke held off Wake Forest on Wednesday night to avoid another ACC road upset.  

The main takeaway:  What a difference a Kelly makes -On Jan. 5, Ryan Kelly scored a season-high 22 points and hit 5 of 7 threes s as Duke dispatched the young Deacons 80-62.  Last night it was a completely different story albeit with the same outcome.

Seth Curry added 21 points, including a tiebreaking three-pointer in the final minutes for the Blue Devils (18-2, 5-2 ACC).

Duke shot nearly 52 percent - despite going just 2-for-14 from 3-point range - and got a huge night from their senior big man to earn their first road victory of the season.

Freshman Devin Thomas had 15 points for the Demon Deacons (10-10, 3-5), who were denied their second upset of a nationally ranked state rival in eight nights.


#14 MIAMI 73, VIRGINIA TECH 64 - It was closer than the final score would indicate and just another example of how hard it is to win on the road this season in the ACC.

Shane Larkin scored 25 points and No. 14 Miami took command with a 13-2 second-half run t0 beat Virginia Tech for their eighth consecutive victory.

Kenny Kadji added 18 points and Trey McKinney-Jones had 12 for the Hurricanes (16-3, 7-0 ACC), who trailed by 12 in the first half before getting a 22-6 burst spanning halftime.

National scoring leader Erick Green led the Hokies (11-9, 2-5) with 30 points and Jarell Eddie had 14, but Virginia Tech's other scorers struggled after a fast start. The loss was the seventh in the last nine games for Virginia Tech.

THE GAME WINNER  (Mike Ewen/Tallahassee Democrat)
FLORIDA STATE 73, MARYLAND 71 - End-game situation: FSU needs a shot to win the game.  You MUST guard Michael Snaer.  You must.  Snaer is going to take that last shot and, as it has been for most of his career, he will make that shot...Defend accordingly.

Snaer made his second game-winning basket in a week, drilling a three-pointer with 1.1 seconds remaining to lift Florida State to a win over Maryland on Wednesday.

It was the second last-gasp three-pointer in seven days for Snaer, who also lifted the Seminoles to a 60-57 win on Jan. 24 when he banked in a 25-footer at the buzzer to beat Clemson. (Did he call it?)

Snaer now has made four triples to win games in the past 13 months. He also had two buzzer-beating treys last season to give Florida State wins over Duke and Virginia Tech.

Do you sense a pattern here?

Snaer had 19 points and Okaro White added 14 points for Florida State (12-8, 4-3 ACC), which had lost three of its last four games.

Maryland's Dez Wells scored 13 of his 19 points in the second half, shooting 8 of 12 from the floor. But the Terrapins fell short as Alex Len, who averages 13 points per game, scored a season-low four points.


Video Of The Day

Perhaps this will be the last we see of this whole fiasco, and while we are delighted that Dr. Phil (Midwestern State University, Mustangs, 6,500 students, Wichita Falls, TX) and Katie Couric (UVA) have conducted thoughtful and sensitive interviews on this subject with the victims/culprits or culprits/victims or victims/victims or culprits/culprits, you get the point...we would like to know when somebody is going to jump up on the chair a-la-Tom-Cruise and yell “WHAT THE F*** IS WRONG WITH ALL OF YOU PEOPLE?


Crazy town.

Pop Culture: Adios 30 Rock, Research In Motion...

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Hey, we know Tina Fey is a genius, so we look forward to her next project. We’re pretty sure Lorne Michaels would love to have her back on SNL where the writing hasn’t quite been up to par of late...

Here, Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin and the cast of "30 Rock" attend the "30 Rock" 100th Episode Celebration at Silver Cup Studios on March 10, 2011 in the Queens borough of New York City.

And...Thorsten Heins, CEO of Research in Motion, which is changing its name to BlackBerry, introduces the BlackBerry 10, Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013 in New York. 

The maker of the BlackBerry smartphone is promising a speedy browser, a superb typing experience and the ability to keep work and personal identities separate on the same phone, the fruit of a crucial, long-overdue makeover for the Canadian company. 
(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Pictures Of The Day

Still the one...number one that is...Major, a Golden Retriever, stands for a pictures following a news conference by the American Kennel Club to discuss the release of the club's annual list of the most popular dog breeds in the U.S., on January 30, 2013 in New York City. The club says that for the 22nd straight year the Labrador Retriever is the nation's most popular dog followed by the the German Shepherd and the Golden Retriever . (Spencer Platt/Getty Images North America)
Nadine Browne (R) lands a right hook on Lauryn Eagle (L) during the Australian Female Lightweight Title bout at Sydney Entertainment Centre on January 30, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. (Matt King/Getty Images AsiaPac)
Runners circle at the start for The Bet With The Ludlow On Course Bookmakers Mares' Handicap Hurdle Race at Ludlow racecourse on January 30, 2013 in Ludlow, England. (Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images Europe)
Still at it...Former Terp Steve Blake from the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Division 1 National Champions still plying his trade in the NBA.  Chris Wilcox (Boston) is the only other player from that team still in the Association.  Here, Blake of the Los Angeles Lakers drives around Brian Roberts #22 of the New Orleans Hornets at Staples Center on January 29, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.  (Stephen Dunn/Getty Images North America)
Liar, truth-teller or just a complicated reinvention?  You decide.  Here, Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens addresses the media during Super Bowl XLVII Media Availability at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside on January 30, 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Ravens will take on the San Francisco 49ers on February 3, 2013 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. (Scott Halleran/Getty Images North America)

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

ACC Tuesday Night Scoreboard: The Pattern Continues

HARRIS (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

Big wins, followed by big losses. N.C. State snaps a 13 game losing streak against rival North Carolina and then loses to Virginia on the road...C.J. Leslie was sick and Lorenzo Brown sprained his ankle to add to the Wolfpack’s woes...

VIRGINIA 58, #19 N.C. STATE 55 - The little things that Virginia coach Tony Bennett preaches about doing are starting to add up to regular victories, and the fact that his freshman-heavy team is starting to find its comfort zone is helping a great deal, too.

Joe Harris scored 22 points, seven during a game-ending 13-6 run, and Virginia's nationally ranked defense slowed No. 19 North Carolina State's ACC-best offense just enough for a victory Tuesday night, the Cavaliers' fourth straight victory.

One game after freshman Justin Anderson led the way for Virginia, fellow freshman Mike Tobey had a huge hand in the victory with 13 points and, more importantly against the long, athletic Wolfpack, seven rebounds and two blocked shots.

Akil Mitchell added 14 points and 12 rebounds for Virginia (15-5, 5-2 Atlantic Coast Conference), including an 18-foot jumper that put them ahead to stay with 3:53 remaining, before the nation's No. 2 scoring defense (51.1) closed it out.


McDANIELS (AP Photo/Anderson Independent-Mail, Mark Crammer)
CLEMSON 63, GEORGIA TECH 60 - K.J. McDaniels scored 15 points, including two foul shots with 16 seconds left, as Clemson held on to defeat Georgia Tech on Tuesday night, its sixth straight victory over the Yellow Jackets.

The Tigers (12-8, 4-4 ACC) held an 11-point lead early in the second half, but the Yellow Jackets (11-8, 1-6) gradually chipped away. When Mfon Udofia made a free throw with 17.2 seconds left, Clemson's lead had shrunk to 61-60.

That's when McDaniels grabbed the inbounds pass, got fouled by Udofia and confidently made both ends of the 1-and-1 attempts. The Yellow Jackets had a chance to tie, but Brandon Reed's 3-point attempt from left of the basket was off the mark and Clemson won for the fourth time in its last six games this season.

Daniel Miller had a career-high 16 points and Kammeon Holsey 14 to lead Georgia Tech.


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NORTH CAROLINA 82, BOSTON COLLEGE - P.J. Hairston ignited a first-half run and scored 14 points before he was taken off the court on a stretcher after a scary fall late in the opening half of North Carolina's win over Boston College on Tuesday night.

Hairston banged the back of his head on the floor after colliding with teammate Dexter Strickland. A North Carolina spokesman said he suffered a concussion, but was not going to be taken to the hospital.

James Michael McAdoo led North Carolina (14-6, 4-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) with 17 points and 10 boards. Strickland added 14 points.

Olivier Hanlan scored 22 points, Ryan Anderson 16 and Patrick Heckmann 12 for the Eagles (9-11, 1-6).

Boston College lost its fifth straight game.

North Carolina, which entered its sixth straight week out of The AP Top 25 after spending 33 consecutive weeks ranked, opened a double-digit lead midway into the first half and coasted to the win despite losing Hairston.

Judge Rules NCAA Athletes' Suit Over TV Money Can Move Forward


A federal court judge Tuesday dismissed a motion by the Suits From Indianapolis (formerly Kansas) to o prevent football and men's basketball players from legally pursuing a cut of live broadcast revenues.  Obviously the ruling monkeys with our favorite ruling body’s archaic and monopolistic economic model. Imagine the NFL where the players get room and board and advanced degree they may or may not ever use) while the team owners and the league made billions...?

Judge Claudia Wilken issued her ruling Tuesday, rejecting the NCAA's motion that players in the antitrust suit led by former UCLA star Ed O'Bannon should be precluded from advancing their lawsuit on procedural grounds. The original suit was filed way back in 2009 and has been moving slowly through the court system.

The NCAA objects to the players amending their lawsuit last year to claim a share of all television game revenues, not just those from rebroadcasts.

To read more, click here.  

Things That Make You Go...

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Members of the CBS Sports Super Bowl crew (back row) Shannon Sharpe, Bill Cower, James Brown, Boomer Esiason, Jim Nantz- (front row) Dan Marino, Sean McManus and Phil Simms pose on stage at a Super Bowl XLVII Broadcasters Press Conference at the New Orleans Convention Center on January 29, 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Evidently...the rights to the Super Bowl were so expensive that CBS couldn't afford to properly light the photograph.

New Series: Only In America Where Pop Culture Is King

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Reality star and tattoo queen Kat Von D and mega DJ Deadmau5 are seen stuck in LA traffic in Los Angeles, California on January 29, 2013.  

Riveting, you gotta admit.

ACC Football Links

BIG 12 (OK, ONLY 11) OFFICIALS CONSIDER OPTIONS (Buddhika Weerasinghe/Getty Images AsiaPac)

By Andrea Adelson |

And, yes, Big 12 athletic directors are weighing their expansion options.

So Boston College is playing at New Mexico State this year, giving the Eagles two trips out West for 2013. Interestingly enough, former BC offensive coordinator Doug Martin is now interim head coach of the Aggies.

Class of 2014 defensive end Justin Thornton is going to make a trip to Florida State.

Georgia Tech B-back Broderick Snoddy continues to excel on the track.

Well, this could be interesting for Maryland. Meet Terps defensive line recruit Kingsley Opara.

David Thompson will attempt to play baseball and football for Miami.

Virginia offensive coordinator Bill Lazor is reportedly headed to the Philadelphia Eagles.

Mixed emotions greeted the news that the Hoos would play Oregon this season.

Could Virginia Tech have an all-Fuller defensive backfield?

Virginia Tech redshirt linebacker Dahman McKinnon is on indefinite suspension following an arrest last month.

Wake Forest has picked up a commitment from three-star athlete John Armstrong out of Orlando, Fla.

Picture of the Da(l)y

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It's been a while since we posted a photo of Big John Daly and his crazy pants.  This pair was too good to pass up.

Here, Daly hits a tee shot on the 16th hole during the thrid round of the Sony Open in Hawaii at Waialae Country Club on January 12, 2013 in Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Pictures Of The Day

Controversy seems to follow former Hurricane Ray Lewis who was once accused of murder and is now being accused of using PEDs.  Here, Lewis speaks to the media during a media availability session for Super Bowl XLVII at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside on January 28, 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Stacy Revere/Getty Images North America)
Former rock star, Alice Cooper in action during the Challenge match at The Jebel Ali Hotel and Golf Resort as a preview for the Omega Dubai Desert Classic on January 29, 2013 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. (Warren Little/Getty Images Europe)
Former Terp Vernon Davis of the San Francisco 49ers answers questions from the media during Super Bowl XLVII Media Dayon January 29, 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Scott Halleran/Getty Images North America)

Wahoos Jontel Evans and Paul Jesperson enjoy the final moments of their victory over N.C. State last night at JPJA. (Matt Riley/

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Powers-That-Be Contemplate Further Expansion/Reorganization

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To read more, click here. 

Monday, January 28, 2013

ACC Players Of The Week

SCOTT (Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
Miami's Durand Scott has been named the ACC Player of the Week, while Wake Forest's Devin Thomas has been selected the league's Rookie of the Week.

In earning ACC Player of the Week honors for the second time this season, Scott averaged 18.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists as the Hurricanes won twice, defeating No. 1 Duke and in-state rival Florida State by an average of 25.5-point win margin.

In Wednesday's 90-63 win against the Blue Devils, Scott had 25 points, six rebounds, four assists and two steals in 36 minutes of playing time. The Bronx, N.Y., senior was 9-of-14 (.643) from the field, 3-of-4 from behind the arc and 4-of-5 at the line. In Sunday's win against the Seminoles, Scott totaled 11 points, four assists and two turnovers as the Hurricanes improved to 6-0 in the ACC with a 71-47 victory.

Thomas averaged 16.5 points, 13.5 rebounds, 4.5 blocks and 2.0 steals per game while shooting .565 percent from the field in Wake Forest's two games last week.

On Tuesday, the Harrisburg, Pa., freshman led the Deacons to an 86-84 upset of No. 18-ranked NC State with 25 points, 14 rebounds, four assists, four blocks, and three steals. Thomas hit on 10-of-13 from the field and pulled down nine offensive rebounds, which ties for the third-highest single-game total in school history.

In Saturday's 82-62 loss at Georgia Tech, Thomas came up just short of his second straight double-double, finishing with eight points and a game-high 13 rebounds to go along with a season-high five blocks. Six of his 13 boards came on the offensive end. 

ACC Sunday Night Basketball

KENNI KADJI (Hector Gabino/El Nuevo Herald)
#25 MIAMI 71, FLORIDA STATE 47 - Trey McKinney Jones scored 15 points Sunday for the Miami Hurricanes, and the Atlantic Coast Conference leaders won their seventh game in a row by beating Florida State.

The blowout victory before a capacity crowd was the second in a row for the 25th-ranked Hurricanes, ensuring a significant jump in Monday's poll. They drubbed No. 1 Duke on Wednesday.
Miami (15-3, 6-0) is off to its best start in the conference, alone atop the standings, and is 9-0 at home. Florida State (11-8, 3-3) fell to 0-3 this season against ranked teams.

The Seminoles endured repeated long scoring droughts against Miami's man-to-man defense and shot a season-low 31 percent, the fourth time in the past five games they've been under 42 percent. Their starters went 7 for 26 and totaled 19 points.

Miami has not allowed an opponent to shoot better than 50 percent from the field this season. Michael Snaer went 2 for 5 and was held to four points, 10.5 below his average. The Seminoles went 3 for 17 from 3-point range.


JENNINGS (AP Photo/The Independent-Mail, Mark Crammer)
CLEMSON 77, VIRGINIA TECH 70  - Clemson received career-high scoring efforts out of Milton Jennings (28) and Damarcus Harrison (19) to propel the Tigers to a victory over Virginia Tech in front of 7,980 fans at Littlejohn Coliseum. The win improved the Tigers to 11-8 overall, 3-4 in ACC play. Tech fell to 11-8 overall and 2-4 in the league.

Jennings added 14 rebounds to tie a career-high in that category. The 6-foot-9 Jennings went to the line 18 times and made 16 free throws - the most by any Clemson player since the late Butch Zatezalo made 16 against Wake Forest in 1969. It tied for the second-most made in school history. Zatezalo made all 17 attempts versus Maryland in 1968.

Harrison scored 19 points in Sunday's game, eclipsing his previous high of 15 against SC State last month. The sophomore made 6-of-10 shots, including 3-of-7 from long distance. Clemson made 10-of-21 three-point baskets, its most since making 12 against UTEP in the Old Spice Classic in November.


Where We Stand


ACC Football Links

BOGAN (Aaron Houston/For The Star-Ledger)
By Andrea Adelson |

Class of 2014 running back Jamauri Bogan is visiting Boston College .

Another backup on Clemson's defense is transferring.

Could James Coley's flip from Florida State to Miami impact recruiting

Four-star receiver Jesus Wilson remains committed to Florida State  despite Coley's departure.

Florida State's Vince Williams has emerged at the Senior Bowl

New Georgia Tech athletic director Mike Bobinski is set to make $695,000 annually.

The investigation will go on. But could there be a settlement in the case?

Kevin Reddick was in no hurry to leave the Tar Heels.

A judge has decided to keep warrants related to the UNC football case sealed for 45 more days.

Marques Hagans has come full circle with the Virginia football program.

Wake Forest picked up a commitment from linebacker Julian Thomas out of Dothan, Ala.

Georgia Tech's Broderick Snoddy broke the school record in the 60 meters in his first track meet with the Jackets.

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