Daily news: Duke at Louisville tonight, Gottfried on Yurtseven


Boston College

Thanks to an influx of newcomers, the Eagles should have a more productive backcourt this season.


Clemson’s defense has tightened up this season, and that’s at least partially because they’ve done an excellent job limiting explosive plays.


Friday Night Lights: Duke takes their show on the road tonight to face off against Lamar Jackson and Louisville.

Florida State

FSU will be without Nate Andrews for the remainder of the season.

Georgia Tech

Calvin Johnson will be one of eight people inducted into Georgia Tech’s sports hall of fame this evening.


After Clemson hung 42 points on them, Louisville’s defense will look to rebound against Duke tonight.


It’s imperative for Miami that they find a way to drum up a pass rush against UNC.

NC State

The Wolfpack are apparently preparing to play this season without freshmen Omer Yurtseven and Ted Kapita.

North Carolina

The Tar Heels need to do a better job paying attention to the details against the Hurricanes.

Notre Dame

Torii Hunter Jr. has understood the importance of Notre Dame-Stanford since he was in high school.


Avonte Maddox is officially doubtful for the Virginia game.


Syracuse is having issues in the fourth quarter against their FBS opponents — being outscored 54-13.


Michael Mooney, after returning from serious knee surgery, is happy to be back, anchoring Virginia’s offensive line.

Virginia Tech

Star receiver Isaiah Ford isn’t on this week’s injury report, and will play Saturday at Syracuse.

Wake Forest

First things first on the docket when it comes to stopping Florida State: contain Dalvin Cook, if possible.