As college football enters the week before real games start and camps across the country come to a close, starters are being named and depth charts are being formed. But there's still quite a bit unsettled in the ACC when it comes to its quarterbacks.
The age issue has been all but removed from the Heisman Trophy proceedings, but a set of rules still hold place in the award's process. Who will win this season if we adhere to those criteria?
The Florida State Seminoles lost four starters from last year's No. 1 ranked scoring defense, but the replacement unit has impressed the coaching staff so far during the preseason.
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Florida State has depth and experience nearly everywhere on the field. Oklahoma State has talent but little depth and even less experience. The Cowboys have just six players on their roster who have 10 starts or more, Noles247's Chris Nee notes ...Begin Slideshow
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Entering his final season at Florida State, Karlos Williams is the No. 1 running back on FSU's depth chart and, perhaps, a dark-horse candidate for the Heisman Trophy.
Heavy rains fell over Florida State's campus Tuesday, forcing the Seminoles to move their second and final fall scrimmage into the team's $15 million practice facility. Fall camp is coming to an end with the Seminoles just 11 days from their opening game against the Oklahoma State at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
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Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher goes 1 on 1 with Bruce Feldman to discuss Heisman-winning QB Jameis Winston, the ACC's power surge and what's next for the national champion Seminoles.