ACC Daily Links: August 15

Boston College

Over the weekend, Boston College picked up a 2017 commitment: tight end Hunter Long.


Defensive coordinator Brent Venables on his defensive backs, following this weekend’s scrimmage.

A few more broad notes from Saturday’s scrimmage.


Take a quick glance inside the newly renovated Wallace Wade Stadium.

Diver Abby Johnston, a medalist at the 2012 Olympics, came up short in Rio.

Florida State

An in-depth look at the catalysts of Florida State’s defense, the defensive ends.

Georgia Tech

Down on The Flats — freshman wideout Jalen Camp has been a breakout star of fall camp.


According to multiple reports now, the NCAA is still conducting interviews regarding the basketball program’s scandal.


News and notes from the Hurricanes weekend practices; Miami opens up their season September 3, when they host Florida A&M.

NC State

The Wolfpack men’s basketball out-of-conference schedule has yet to be released.

North Carolina

The ACC has been debating a nine-game conference schedule for football; Larry Fedora, though, isn’t a fan of that setup.

Notre Dame

Will Fuller is gone to the NFL, which means the Fighting Irish have a void to fill at the wide receiver position.


Former Penn State commit — wide receiver Aaron Mathews — has impressed so far during fall practices.


Defensive end De’Jon Wilson, a graduate transfer from Colorado, has quickly become a valued member of Syracuse’s front line.


Sticking with this series: here’s more on redshirt freshman safety C.J. Epps, who may see some playing time this year.

Virginia Tech

At VT’s media day, veteran defensive coordinator Bud Foster spoke with the assembled press.

Wake Forest

The Demon Deacons scrimmaged on Saturday, and their two quarterbacks — John Wolford and Kendall Hinton — shined brightly.

Danny Manning and the Deacs are headed to the Bahamas.