Daily News: Ryan Finely, Lamar Jackson star on Thursday night


Boston College

The Eagles and Yellow Jackets will get Saturday football started across the pond; everyone from ESPN sees Georgia Tech winning this game, though.


Almost 24 hours from now, Clemson will look to begin their ascent back up the college football mountain, according to Wayne Gallman.


Shooting guard Luke Kennard shows off his old football skills with a couple former Duke wide receivers.

Florida State

Florida State football has suspended their strength coach for a month for a DUI.

Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech will look to wash away the taste of a bad 2015, and other storylines to keep an eye on this weekend against Boston College.


Lamar Jackson was in record-setting form Thursday night as the Cardinals demolished Charlotte 70-14; he is for real.


The Hurricanes land a commitment from the cousin of the late Sean Taylor.

NC State

The normal stars — Jaylen Samuels, Matt Dayes — shined, but so too did new quarterback Ryan Finley in the Wolfpack’s 48-14 rout of William and Mary.

North Carolina

Elijah Hood is ready to roll on the eve of what should be another dominant season.

Notre Dame

The Fighting Irish have two quarterbacks, but that’s no problem for DeShone Kizer.


Offensive lineman Jaryd Jones-Smith is lucky to still be able to play football.


After a couple seasons of limited depth, Jim Boeheim is happy to have two capable point guards on his roster in 2016-17.


In-state foes Virginia and Richmond square off on Saturday; here’s everything you need to know prior to the game.

Virginia Tech

Sticking with Virginia schools competing against one another: the Hokies host Liberty this Saturday in Blacksburg.

Wake Forest

Well, it was far from pretty — but Wake Forest starts the season 1-0, thanks to a Thursday victory (7-3) over Tulane.