ACC Daily Links: August 3

Boston College

The Eagles have announced their out of conference basketball schedule for the 2016-17 season (h/t @bcinterruption)


The Tigers welcomed another skill position player to the mix during the first day of fall practice, Tavien Feaster, who looks to be a star in the making.

More on Clemson as the Tigers get prepped to defend their ACC crown.


Brandon Ingram, the No. 2 pick in the NBA Draft, has the ability to become a real player, but first, he will need to gain some weight — here’s how the Los Angeles Lakers hope to achieve that.

Florida State

The Associated Press put together an all-time AP poll, and Florida State checked in at No. 9 on the list.

The Seminoles are selling premium tickets to home games against Clemson and Central Florida in 2016.

Georgia Tech

Seven quick notes from the Yellow Jackets first open basketball practice.


Linebacker Devonte Fields was named preseason first team All-American by Sports Illustrated.

Reggie Bonnafon is looking to reboot his career as a wide receiver.


Well, that didn’t take long: tickets to Miami’s game at Appalachian State sold out in 60 minutes.

NC State

Dennis Smith Jr. continued to turn heads and gather praise at the Adidas Nations this past weekend, including a comparison to Chris Paul.

Dave Doeren’s Wolfpack pick up another 2017 commitment: wide receiver Max Fisher.

North Carolina

Now that UNC has responded to the notice of allegations, what’s next?

North Carolina’s response to the NCAA was strong.

Notre Dame

The Fighting Irish check in at No. 3 on the AP’s all-time top 100 poll.


The linebacker position is critical in Pat Narduzzi’s defense; here’s a look at Pitt’s corp.


Led by Zaire Franklin, Syracuse’s linebackers look to anchor their defense.


Defensive end Chris Peace is having to deal not only with a scheme change, but also shift in position, too.

Virginia Tech

Justin Fuente has been mum on who his quarterback will be, but he opened up about wide receiver depth beyond Isaiah Ford.

Wake Forest

The Demon Deacons ranked seventh in the ACC in total defense in 2015; defensive coordinator Mike Elko expects that to improve, though.