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5 Reasons Why the Miami Hurricanes Can Win the ACC Coastal in 2017

By Antwan Staley, 7 months 1 week ago
Since joining the ACC in 2004, the Miami Hurricanes have yet to win a conference championship, let alone the ACC Coastal Division. Last season, Virginia Tech claimed the Coastal, the Hokies’ sixth division title since they also joined the conference in 2004.   With so many changes in the ACC, Miami has as good a shot of any team to finish in first place in its division. Here are...

Ranking the Toughest Games on Miami's College Football Schedule in 2017

By Antwan Staley, 7 months 2 weeks ago
Mark Richt’s first season with the Miami Hurricanes was a tale of streaks. Miami won its first four games of the 2016 season, only to lose the next four to Florida State, North Carolina, Virginia Tech and Notre Dame.   But the streaking didn’t stop there, as the Hurricanes finished the campaign with five straight wins, including a 31-14 convincing victory over West Virginia in...

ACC Football 2017 Predictions

By Steven Lassan, 7 months 3 weeks ago
The ACC stuffed the trophy case last season and claimed the top spot among college football’s conferences. Clemson defeated Alabama for the national title, Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson won the Heisman Trophy, Florida State defeated Michigan in the Orange Bowl, and 11 teams finished with a winning record. Additionally, the ACC capped a strong regular season by claiming nine bowl...

15 Biggest Wild Card College Football Teams in 2017

By Steven Lassan, 7 months 3 weeks ago
Predictions for any FBS conference and all 130 college football teams are an inexact science. Some teams are just a bigger mystery than others or a hard program to get a read on for the upcoming year. Coaching changes, transfers, players returning from injury, scheme tweaks or just overall depth chart concerns make any preseason prediction difficult for a number of teams. While any FBS team...

ACC Football 2017 All-Conference Team

By Steven Lassan, 8 months 2 days ago
The ACC had a banner year in 2016, as Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson claimed the Heisman Trophy, and Clemson hoisted the national championship trophy after beating Alabama in Tampa. The league is poised for another standout season this fall, as Florida State ranks as a projected playoff team by Athlon Sports, with Clemson, Louisville, Virginia Tech and Miami all ranking inside of the top...

Miami Football: 2017 Hurricanes Preview and Prediction

By Athlon Sports, 8 months 4 days ago
Is this the year Miami finally wins the Coastal Division? Second-year coach Mark Richt must replace quarterback Brad Kaaya, but the Hurricanes return one of the ACC’s top running backs in Mark Walton, along with a defense slated to rank among the best in the conference. A tight battle for the top of the Coastal is expected this season, but Miami’s home date against Virginia Tech on...

Ranking the ACC's College Football Coaches for 2017

By Steven Lassan, 8 months 1 week ago
The coaching depth and talent has improved significantly within the ACC over the last five seasons. The top of the league is headlined by Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher, Clemson’s Dabo Swinney and Louisville’s Bobby Petrino, and a solid second tier is in place with Miami’s Mark Richt, Virginia Tech’s Justin Fuente and Duke’s David Cutcliffe. But the real test of...

Ranking the ACC's Mascots

By J.P. Scott, 8 months 1 week ago

25 Redshirt Freshmen to Watch in the ACC in 2017

By Steven Lassan, 8 months 3 weeks ago
Redshirt freshmen make an impact for every college football team during the course of a season, and it’s no surprise a handful of talented players are ready to push for time after sitting out the 2016 campaign. A variety of reasons could be pinpointed for the redshirt year, but the extra time could be beneficial to learn a scheme, develop physically in the weight room or help provide some...

Top 25 ACC 2018 NFL Draft Prospects to Watch

By Jon Kinne, 8 months 3 weeks ago
When looking at the ACC representation in the 2017 NFL Draft, offense dominated. It started with the two quarterbacks taken in the top half of the first round, North Carolina’s Mitchell Trubisky and Clemson star Deshaun Watson. Tigers wide receiver Mike Williams and Miami tight end David Njoku were also taken in the first round.   Next year’s draft will be much different...