Thursday, June 21, 2018

ACC Universe - A.J. Dillon, Dan Radakovitch, Notre Dame and more.

ACC Universe - ACC news and notes (along with conference FWB BFF Notre Dame) , Jun. 21, 2018. 



Take Five.

Florida State running back A.J. Dillion tops Ryan Kantor's list of the "Top Five ACC Running Backs to Know in 2018." Clemson's Cam Akers and Travis Etienne, Miami's Travis Horner, and Georgia Tech's KirVonte Benson round out the list. (Shakin' the Southland)

Going against the flow. 

Clemson athletic director Dan Radakovich says that the school has no plans to join the ranks of schools that have approved the sell of alcoholic beverages during college football games.  (The Charleston Post and Courier)

The difficult we do immediately. The impossible takes a little longer.

Miami athletic director Blake James says plans are still in place for the school to open its new Carol Soffer football indoor practice facility in time for the start of fall practice in August. (The Miami Herald)

The Sign of DeFour. 

Cade Lawson profiles Georgia Tech tackle Jack DeFoor. (From the Rumble Seat)

Chimedza of Freedom. 
Matt Schwartz profiles Georgia Tech defensive end T.K. Chimedza. (From the Rumble Seat)

My name is Lukayus. 
Card Chronicle profiles Louisville offensive lineman Lukayus McNeil.

Mekhi it Big. 
Card Chronicle profiles Louisville offensive lineman Mekhi Becton.

Let's get dangerous?  

Laken Litman takes a close look at Notre Dame's 2018 college football schedule, describing it as "one of the most dangerous schedules in the country this fall." (The Indianapolis Star)

The (Blue) Devil You Know. 

Patrick Mayhorn takes a look at Duke's 2018 football team, and sees a level of consistency under head coach David Cutcliffe the program hasn't seen "since Bill Murray and Wallace Wade, back in the early to mid 1900s." (Saturday Blitz)

Mass appeal?

Peter Caliguri provides a look into the recent history of the series between Boston College and U-Mass. Hint: It's not pretty for the Minutemen. (BC Interruption)


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