ACC Daily Links: August 11


Boston College

The Eagles unveiled a new batch of Under Armour gear for their Ireland game against Georgia Tech.


Mike WiLL Made-It: Clemson wideout Mike Williams is back and possibly better than before.


Quarterback Thomas Sirk is progressing nicely post Achilles injury, and could be ready for Duke’s opener.

Florida State

According to Phil Steele, the Seminoles don’t have one of the top 20 secondaries in the nation, which seems surprising.

Pictures from Wednesday’s practice.

Georgia Tech

The Yellow Jackets will have a new appearance and approach to special teams in 2016, but they’re keeping those looks a secret for now.


ESPN ranks star linebacker Devonte Fields as the No. 5 player in the ACC.


Where do the Canes stand with 2017 safety prospect Amari Carter, an in-state prospect?

NC State

The Wolfpack have depth in the backfield, including redshirt freshman running back Johnny Frasier, who is ready to play in 2016.

North Carolina

Can the Tar Heels improve their run defense?

Notre Dame

Behind a stout offensive line, the Fighting Irish command one of the best ground attacks in the nation.


Pitt lineman Mike Herndon has moved from the offensive side of the ball to defense.


More on sophomore cornerback Cornell Hudson.

Carmelo Anthony, playing in his fourth Olympics, became Team USA’s all-time leading scorer during Wednesday’s victory over Australia.


Virginia and VCU came to terms on a home-and-home series, which will reportedly occur in 2017 and 2018.

Virginia Tech

Behind the scenes at Bristol Motor Speedway — preparing for the Virginia Tech-Tennessee football game.

Wake Forest

Can safety Jessie Bates, a redshirt freshman, make an impact for Dave Clawson’s Deacs in 2016?