Daily news: High hopes arise at media days for UNC, Louisville


Boston College

Boston College has scheduled a home-and-home series (2021, 2024) with Missouri in football.


ICYMI: Deshaun Watson has returned to his Heisman-level of play the last few weeks.


Here’s an interview with Duke basketball target Wendell Carter — a five-star big man in the 2017 class.

Florida State

Former wide receiver Ermon Lane has discovered newfound success at his new position on the defensive side of the ball.

FSU picked up a commitment from a three-star offensive lineman.

Georgia Tech

Two freshmen offensive linemen will see increased playing time for the Yellow Jackets during the second half of the season.


Rick Pitino says Deng Adel must become a scorer for Louisville this season.


Mark Richt says he’s preparing his offense to face North Carolina’s two-deep look.

NC State

Matt Dayes rated as one of the best players in America last weekend, according to Pro Football Focus.

Following the win over Notre Dame, repairs were necessary to the field at Carter-Finley.

North Carolina

It was media day on Tuesday at UNC, and the question on everyone’s mind: how do they replace Brice Johnson and Marcus Paige?

Notre Dame

Malik Zaire will remain at quarterback, according to his coach, Brian Kelly.


Here’s Pitt’s depth chart for Virginia, which includes freshman corner Damar Hamlin.


Brandon Randolph, one of the top 50 players in the 2017 class, will announce his school decision tonight; Syracuse and Wake Forest in the final four.


T-minus 30 days before UVA starts their basketball season.

Virginia Tech

Chuck Clark has emerged as the vocal leader of Virginia Tech’s secondary.

Wake Forest

Dave Clawson is looking forward to matching up with Florida State.