The conference has found sites for its remaining conference championship games, including Louisville for the baseball tournament.
The Eagles are trying to (somehow) treat Clemson like every other opponent on their schedule.
Defensive end Austin Bryant will travel with the team to BC; no official word on whether he’ll play or not, though.
Harry Giles will miss the next few weeks, but Duke has more than enough depth in the frontcourt to buy time; Marques Bolden will get big minutes at the launch of the season, it looks.
Florida State’s defense has been a disaster, but their schedule has done them no favors: by some metrics, FSU has faced the most challenging group of offenses in America.
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Rick Pitino believes that no additional sanctions are head toward the Louisville basketball program.
The Louisville football program will no longer sign autographs, due to eligibility concerns.
Mark Richt has been impressed with the play of Brad Kaaya, especially against Georgia Tech, so far this season.
NC State and Notre Dame are still schedule to kick at noon on Saturday, but the coaches and school officials are monitoring the weather as Hurricane Matthew heads north.
Assuming the weather doesn’t play some sort of role here, UNC and Virgina Tech will be just the 10th matchup of ranked teams in the 89-year history of Kenan Stadium.
The Fighting Irish are expecting a better defensive output this weekend against NC State.
Pitt and Pat Narduzzi released a statement to explain why they haven’t been addressing what kept Jordan Whitehead out of the Marshall game.
Syracuse’s coaches aren’t worried about how Hurricane Matthews will impact this week’s game at Wake Forest, but they are keeping an eye on it.
Malcolm Brogdon struggled (1-for-6 shooting) in Milwaukee’s preseason game against Chicago the other night.
Bud Foster is preparing his defense to play against North Carolina’s speed on offense.
The Demon Deacons are unsure if Cade Carney will be back for the Syracuse game.