Daily News: Saturday previews, more HB2 fallout in NC



The conference announced on Wednesday that they will remove all championship games from the state of North Carolina, due to the controversial House Bill 2.

Boston College

Should the Eagles open it up on offense and let Patrick Towles throw it around a little more? What would Harambe do?


The Tigers may have slumped a little to open the season, but defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence has been a bright spot.


The Duke offense will need receiver Anthony Nash to continue to evolve as they search for additional play making.

Florida State

FSU has appeared in 24 games where ESPN’s College GameDay has been present — fifth most. They’ve won 13 of these games.

Georgia Tech

A preview of this Saturday’s matchup in Atlanta against Vanderbilt.


It will be interesting to see how Louisville attacks a Florida State defense that’s missing perhaps their best player — Derwin James.


Blake James, Miami’s athletic director, says the schools will look into if Miami could host relocated ACC championships.

NC State

Old Dominion will need to get their passing game off the ground if they want to have a chance in Raleigh against NC State.

North Carolina

Bubba Cunningham supports the NCAA’s decision to pull championship games and events from the state of North Carolina.

Notre Dame

Will Notre Dame’s secondary struggle in coverage against Michigan State? It’s something to keep an eye on.


There’s a chance freshman cornerback Damar Hamlin could suit up this weekend against Oklahoma State.


It’s critical that Syracuse contain USF quarterback Quinton Flowers this weekend.


Virginia has to hope that running back Albert Reid can keep up his production following his sturdy performance against Oregon.

Virginia Tech

Going by the numbers — it looks like Virginia Tech is slotted to win between 5-7 games in 2016.

Wake Forest

Is Cade Carney the best running back Wake has had in several years? We’ll find out more soon.