Daily news: Six ACC teams in the top 25, Wake and NC State land big commitments in hoops


Boston College

Next weekend, No. 3 Clemson will be the highest ranked opponent to play at Boston College since 2003.


It wasn’t pretty at times, but once again Deshaun Watson powered the Tigers to a big win — this time over Louisville.


Coach K opened up practice to the public on Saturday, and fans were able to get their first look at all of the new Blue Devils, except for Harry Giles, who sat out.

Florida State

Florida State’s defense has caved this season, and is off to one of the worst starts in the history of the program.

Georgia Tech

It may get lost in the shuffle of another loss, but Georgia Tech’s defense played very well on Saturday against Miami.


After their disappointing loss at Clemson, the Cardinals fall to No. 7 in the AP poll.


The Hurricanes are 4-0 and back in the AP top 10; they’ve also opened as a two-point favorite against FSU.

NC State

Over the weekend, Mark Gottfried landed a commitment from four-star guard Thomas Allen.

The Wolfpack will kickoff at noon against Notre Dame.

North Carolina

Mitch Trubisky, who was once again excellent on Saturday, spoke about the team’s upset victory at FSU.

Notre Dame

The Fighting Irish performed admirably on special teams against Syracuse.


The Panthers are hopeful that they’ll have Jordan Whitehead back for their match-up with Georgia Tech.


The Orange will travel south to Winston-Salem, where they’ll be a three-point underdog against Wake Forest.


The Cavaliers, following their win at Duke, landed a commitment from a 2017 athlete — Charles Snowden.

Virginia Tech

For the first time since early in the 2014 season, the Hokies have returned to the AP top 25.

Wake Forest

Over the weekend, Wake Forest basketball landed their biggest recruit in nearly a decade.