ACC Daily Links: August 10


Boston College

As fall camp opens, the quarterback battle at Boston College enters the homestretch.


Wayne Gallman and Jordan Leggett passed on the NFL, and are back, ready for another shot at a national championship.


Coach David Cutcliffe, following one of his team’s early season practices.

Michigan State will play at Cameron Indoor Stadium during the ACC/Big Ten Challenge for the first time since 2010, when Kyrie Irving went nuts: 31 points on just 12 shots.

Florida State

Leonard Hamilton’s club landed another commitment this week: JUCO shooting guard Patrick Savoy Jr, who will be available to play in 2016-17.

On the first day of fall practice.

Georgia Tech

Jeff Schultz of the AJC with some strong words on the stunning departure of athletic director Mike Bobinski.


Spend some time with Louisville offensive lineman Kiola Mahoni.


Starting linebacker Michael Pinckney was sent to the hospital with a hamstring injury.

NC State

Dave Doeren on: injuries, depth along the offensive line and the explosive Nyheim Hines.

North Carolina

Former UNC football coach Bill Dooley passed away.

Notre Dame

If/when the Fighting Irish lose this fall, take your precautionary steps from this guide.


We’ve already seen talk that James Conner could line up as a wide receiver this year, but now it seems we could also see him spend time on defense and special teams, too.


Several injured players returned to the practice field for Syracuse on Tuesday.


Two-star wide receiver Darnell Pratt Jr has committed to Virginia.

How does Virginia’s personnel fit their new 3-4 scheme on defense?

Virginia Tech

More on the quarterback competition up in Blacksburg.

Wake Forest

The late Bill Dooley coached for six seasons at Wake Forest, too, including the final game of his coaching career: a victory over Oregon in the 1992 Independence Bowl.