Tuesday is media day for college football, and that means plenty of fun game-week stories for most the ACC teams!
The Eagles are building some good team chemistry so far this season, and they will need it as they face the USC Trojans this weekend. Steve Addazio believes his team progressed well from week one to week two.
Defensive coordinator Brett Venables likes his aggressive D up to this point. The Tigers women's golf team came up one shot short of winning The Cougar Classic.
Is Andre Dawkins the X-Factor for the Blue Devils on the hardcourt this year? The Blue Devils face off against the red hot Yellow Jackets this weekend.
Leonard Hamilton landed a JUCO power forward yesterday to bolster his 2014 recruiting class. The gridiron Noles are working towards their home opener on Saturday against Nevada.
The Yellow Jackets and Tar Heels will kick off at noon in a couple of weeks. Focusing on this week, Tech is hoping for a strong ACC start against the Blue Devils.
Meanwhile, the Terps get a 3:30 kickoff against rival West Virginia on September 21st. Here is an interesting take on HC Randy Edsall returning to face his former school, UConn, this weekend.
Here are five things that the Canes need to fix during its bye week. Apparently, Miami already wants another shot at Florida.
The Irish switch its focus to Purdue for this weekend.
Apparently Roy Williams is underappreciated by his own fan base. Also, what did happen exactly between Quinshad Davis, Ron Cherry and the other UNC captains on Saturday during the coin toss?
Want a realistic take on N.C. State football? Here is a great one by a staff writer of The Technician (student newspaper).
The Panthers need to learn how to wrap up on its tackles this week against New Mexico. Looking for a good reason? The Panthers will be facing the nation's leading rusher in the aptly-named Kasey Carrier.
Many questions loom over the Orange football team right now, primarily at the QB position.
The women's soccer team reaches number two in the country.
The Hokies prepare for ECU and its high octane passing game. The team is also not taking the Pirates lightly this weekend.
Some thoughts on the less than stellar offense that the Deacs have ran so far this season. The tempo of the offense is also perhaps part of the problem.