Denmark native Hjalte Froholdt has played one year of football in the U.S., yet the DT has offers from major conference teams.
In the least surprising news of the ACC Kickoff in Greensboro, Jameis Winston and Florida State were overwhelming favorites to repeat as ACC champs.
The Atlantic Coast Conference is used to dealing with some of the best basketball players and coaches the sport has ever seen, but never before has the conference seen the likes of Jameis Winston on the football side of things.
The state of Florida had 30 of the 162 prospects at The Opening, the off-season's most prestigious football event. Alabama commitment, wide receiver Calvin Ridley from south Florida, stole the show.
Miami -- or "The U", as it is more popularly known -- is still not back. Junior running back Duke Johnson wants to make that clear. Just because the Hurricanes aren't back yet doesn't mean that Johnson isn't.
The SEC announced its individual and team choices for preseason media awards on Thursday, with representatives from Alabama, Auburn, South Carolina and Georgia receiving the lion's share of accolades.
On the second and final day at the ACC Kickoff in Greensboro, N.C., the coaches are set to take the stage, including reigning national champion Jimbo Fisher and new addition Bobby Petrino.
The Atlantic Coast Conference officially kicks off its 2014 season in Greensboro, N.C., this weekend, with plenty of attention being paid to the reigning national champs and their Heisman-winning quarterback.
Florida State's Jameis Winston spoke at Day 1 of ACC Media Days and was given a warning about what Miami fans might do when the 'Noles visit on Nov. 15.
Jameis Winston wants to look to the season ahead as the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback for reigning national champion Florida State. He also knows he has to answer questions about his off-field conduct.