ACC Daily Links: August 19


Boston College

According to this hype video, Boston College is quite excited for the start of football season.


Report: Clemson freshman defensive end Xavier Kelly has been involved in a moped accident.


A near-healthy Thomas Sirk would go a long way for the Blue Devils in 2016 — as would another strong performance from DeVon Edwards.

Duke suspends two defensive players.

Florida State

DeCalon Brooks, son of FSU great Derrick Brooks, and a 2017 linebacker has committed to Florida State.

Georgia Tech

Jalen Johnson is becoming comfortable as the third corner in Georgia Tech’s nickel packages.


ACC Network Extra will carry 36 Louisville sporting events, including men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball and field hockey — among others.


Big time recruit Dionte Mullins from the 2016 class, a four-star receiver, has been cleared to enroll and start practicing with the Hurricanes.

NC State

It’s time for Dave Doeren to start winning some more conference games, but no hot seat for him in 2016.

North Carolina

Joel James, who saw action in 135 games for North Carolina, will go play professionally in Japan.

Notre Dame

The defensive staff is thrilled to see what DB Shaun Crawford can produce this fall.


After he de-committed from Temple, two-star tight end Tyler Sear pledged a commitment to Pat Narduzzi’s Pitt Panthers.


Sterling Hofrichter will be Syracuse’s starting punter in 2016.


The Cavaliers finished up their exhibition series in Spain, going 5-0.

Bronco Mendenhall will announce his starting quarterback around 10:15 a.m. Friday morning.

Virginia Tech

Several freshmen have emerged at Virginia Tech’s early practices.

Wake Forest

Dan Collins of the Winston-Salem Journal on Wake Forest’s special teams, and their efforts to improve upon 2015’s performance.