ACC Daily Links: August 9

Boston College

Things got off to an optimistic start at Boston College football practice on Monday.

ICYMI: A statistical look at Boston College’s quarterback situation.


Gage Cervenka has flipped sides of the ball, and is now an offensive lineman.


The Blue Devils received a commitment from one of the biggest recruits in program history: quarterback Jack Sears.

Coach K is on a boat. No, seriously.

Thomas Sirk is back.

Florida State

RaiQuan Gray — a four-star power forward in the 2017 class — committed to Leonard Hamilton’s program.

Dalvin Cook is a fan collecting records, apparently.

Georgia Tech

The B-backs are a very important feature of Paul Johnson’s offense.

Athletic Director Mike Bobinski has left Georgia Tech to accept them same position at Purdue.


Rick Pitino’s club will tip-off at 7 p.m. on November 30 when take on Purdue in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge.


Is Miami the proper landing spot for Nebraska transfer Andrew White?

NC State

Media Day? More like Picture Day.

Who will step up at the receiver position for the Wolfpack in 2016?

North Carolina

It’s finally Mitch Trubisky’s offense at North Carolina.

Notre Dame

Here’s more on freshman wide receiver Chase Claypool, who projects out to be a star.


Pitt and Maryland have announced their tip-off time for the ACC-Big Ten Challenge.

It looks as though Quadree Henderson will be elevated to one of the team’s two starting wide receiver spots.


Jordan Fredericks has a chance to start at running back for Syracuse.


An area of emphasis for the Cavaliers during fall practice: defensive line depth.

Virginia Tech

Andy Bitter and Aaron McFarling with a podcast on the state of the Hokies as they enter their fall practice schedule.

Wake Forest

On Monday, Wake Forest landed the biggest recruit in the history of the football program: four-star defensive end Michael Allen.