We have commitments, protests, ugly uniforms and more in today's version of the Daily Links.
The Tigers will have to do without backup offensive lineman Isaiah Battle this weekend against Wake Forest, after he punched an N.C. State player in the 26-14 win last Thursday night. Vic Beasley is going for the all-time Clemson single-season sack record and is off to a great start.
Although the Blue Devils lost to Pitt in a shootout on Saturday, Jamison Crowder was named Specialist Of The Week in the ACC for the second time of the season.
The Yellow Jackets had several players wear gear with "APU" (All Players United) as a protest against the NCAA and its treatment of players. Shaq Mason was named as the Offensive Lineman Of The Week in the ACC.
Keeping with the players of the week trend, the Terps had a player who won national honors, as A.J. Hendy won Defensive Back Of The Week for his play against West Virginia on Saturday. Maryland is also the 9th-ranked team in the country, according to this metric.
The Hurricanes were one of several teams this weekend that absolutely dismantled its opponents. They beat Savannah State by 70 points and three minutes.
There might be a controversy at wide receiver between two freshmen, as Jumichael Ramos replaced Marquez Valdes-Scantling on the depth chart.
RB Prince Tyson-Gulley had himself a pretty good day (heck, who didn't) in the Orange' 52-17 win over Tulane on Saturday.
The Cavs are prepping for its game against Pittsburgh on Saturday, a game that will likely give us a better idea as to how good the Wahoos really are.