Joe Micik takes a look at the final offensive statistics that the Boston College football team put up this year. On the basketball court, the Eagles dropped their first ACC game to the Clemson Tigers 62-60.
Sunday afternoon, Clemson wide receiver Martavis Bryant announced that he was going to enter the NFL draft and miss his senior season with the Tigers. Dabo Swinney and the Clemson football team broke new ground with their win over Ohio State in the Orange Bowl.
Florida Atate and Auburn will finally face off in the BCS championship game tonight at 8:30. Clark Spencer looks at who has the edge in this game. Florida State brings a balanced offensive attack, but the Tigers have an elite rushing offense that the Seminoles will need to slow down.
Justin Thomas is poised to take over as Georgia Tech's starting quarterback, and he could bring the Yellow Jackets back to Paul Johnson's standard triple-option offense. Joey Weaver looks back at Georgia Tech's year in sports, month-by-month.
Nick Faust is having more success from the three-point line this year. He knocked down four of six shots during the Terrapins' 77-61 win over Georgia Tech on Saturday. Maryland will travel to Pittsburgh in its next ACC game, hoping to stay undefeated in conference play. However, the Panthers have won 15 of their last 16 home games.
After days of rumors about Miami coach Al Golden possibly taking Penn State's head coaching position, Golden has decided to remain with the Hurricanes. Greg Cote writes that Golden's decision to stay could mean that Miami is finally a destination for coaches, rather than a stepping-stone job.
The Tar Heels were the second Triangle basketball team to be upset this weekend in ACC play, falling to Wake Forest 73-67. C.L. Brown attributes the loss to poor defense, with the team struggling to defend the pick and roll and allowing too much dribble penetration.
The Wolfpack dropped its ACC opener, as well, with Pitt recovering from an early 17-2 deficit before winning 74-62. Despite the loss, State has some bright spots - especially with T.J. Warren. Warren is leading the conference in field goal percentage and points per game so far.
Stephon Tuitt has decided to enter the NFL draft and forego his senior season, and he is projected to be a first round selection. Nyles Morgan - a top 100 linebacker recruit - verbally committed to Notre Dame, becoming Brian Kelly's 23rd commitment of the 2014 class.
During Pitt's win over N.C. State, the personnel matchups that the Panthers were able to get highlighted the game. After missing out on four-star receiver Jamil Kamara, another four-star receiver - Adonis Jennings - announced that he was heading to Pitt.
Syracuse was able to top Miami in a defensive battle, to win its first conference game 49-44. With many teams - including Miami - trying to stop Jerami Grant from getting to the rim, he has been working on his jump shot.
While it wasn't the cleanest of victories, the Cavaliers were able to get a 62-50 win over Florida State without Joe Harris in their first conference game. With Harris out of the lineup, freshman point guard London Perrantes continued to take advantage of the time he is getting.
David Teel writes that Virginia Tech offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler's first season was marked with inconsistencies. With Logan Thomas leaving the school, next season's offense could be a challenge, too. At the time, Mark Leal is first in line to replace Thomas under center.