Daily news: Trubisky gains Heisman consideration, Giles has third knee surgery


Boston College

Redshirt freshman receiver Chris Garrison will be out indefinitely with a broken leg.


The Tigers are at Boston College this weekend, but the following they’ll return home to face NC State; it was announced: that game will have noon kickoff.


As was reported here yesterday, Harry Giles had his third knee surgery on Monday; he’s expected to miss the next 6-8 weeks.

Florida State

Dalvin Cook knows FSU must put the Carolina defeat behind them, and focus on Miami.

Georgia Tech

Tre Moore — a junior defensive tackle from South Carolina — visited Georgia Tech last week.


Quarterback Lamar Jackson is still the odds on favorite to win the Heisman Trophy.


Trent Harris dominated against Georgia Tech, and was named ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week for his efforts.

NC State

The Wolfpack are trying to keep things in perspective as Notre Dame gets set to come to Raleigh.

North Carolina

After a sizzling start to the season, Mitch Trubisky has entered the Heisman race. (33-1).

Notre Dame

Containing NC State running back Matt Dayes is a key concern for Brian Kelly’s club this week.


The Panthers are loaded at running back, but true freshman Chawntez Moss has carved out a role in Pitt’s offense.


A look at Syracuse’s point guard platoon: Frank Howard and John Gillon.


The Cavaliers have won two straight games and are heading into a bye week, which is a place they’ve been before in a recently previous season.

Virginia Tech

Ken Ekanem is getting prepped for a big match-up along the line with UNC tackle Bentley Spain.

Wake Forest

How does the commitment of Chaundee Brown impact the immediate future of Wake’s basketball recruiting?