Daily news: UVA deals with injuries and UNC lands a big man recruit


Boston College

Under Steve Addazio the Eagles have an undesirable trend of getting off to slow starts.


Here’s the scoop on Clemson’s quarterback commit Hunter Johnson — a five-star recruit from the 2017 class.


Our look at the statistical impact of losing star defensive back DeVon Edwards for the season to multiple left knee injuries.

Florida State

The Seminoles made a few adjustments to their depth chart ahead of their showdown with North Carolina.

Georgia Tech

Paul Johnson knows his team needs to make fewer mistakes on offense going forward.


Lamar Jackson has been the best player in college football so far, which is why he’s now the 2/5 favorite to win the Heisman.


The Hurricanes announced their 2017 hall of fame class, which includes Ryan Braun and Jeremy Shockey.

NC State

Wake Forest is 4-0, but the Wolfpack have opened up as a nine-point favorite against the Demon Deacons.

North Carolina

Roy Williams added a third player to his 2017 recruiting class: Raleigh big man Brandon Huffman.

Notre Dame

Here’s what you need to know about Notre Dame’s new defensive coordinator Greg Hudson, who replaces Brian VanGorder.


Embrace positionless basketball — here’s more discussion of Jamel Artis playing point guard.


The Carrier Dome is one of the more famous buildings in all of college athletics; the school, however, is in the process of negotiating new naming rights for the facility.


Bronco Mendenhall announced yesterday that four different UVA players have been lost for the season due to injuries.

Virginia Tech

The Hokies head into their bye week, but a matchup with UNC awaits them on the other side.

Wake Forest

Just like old times, John Wolford is once again the starting quarterback at Wake Forest.