This weekend, Duke lines up against a Georgia Tech team that has attempted and completed fewer passes than any ACC team this season. That may sound like an easy day for the Blue Devils' starting cornerbacks, sophomores Breon Borders and Bryon Fields, but don't be fooled.
The Tar Heels entered Larry Fedora’s third season figuring that they would move the ball consistently and put up big scoring totals that could offset some of the defensive problems from last year. And yet, UNC has been up and down offensively heading into Saturday’s trip to No. 6 Notre Dame.
The S.C. State Bulldogs haven’t been scoring a lot of points. They’ve been winning. Just not scoring a lot. It’s not particularly heart healthy, S.C. State coach Buddy Pough said.
Former Southern High School star Jeremy Thompson is quickly filling big shoes left by departed NCCU star Taz Foster.
Notre Dame’s running game has come down to a balance of production vs. promise. Senior captain Cam McDaniel represents production, while sophomores Greg Bryant and Tarean Folston represent potential and promise. Coach Brian Kelly is hoping the sixth-ranked Irish can turn that promise more into production as the season wears on, starting against North Carolina (2-3) on Saturday.
For all his accomplishments in lifting Duke football to relevance in ACC circles, David Cutcliffe has one box he’s yet to check off. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, an annual opponent for the Blue Devils, have defeated Duke in their last 10 meetings.
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NCCU's Malcolm Bell, Clevonne Davis and C.J. Moore played really good ball this past weekend.
North Carolina is staying an hour outside of Notre Dame and will head right to the locker room when it gets to campus Saturday. In his first visit to one of the most storied places in college football, Tar Heels coach Larry Fedora isn’t interested in soaking up the history.
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Clemson freshman Deshaun Watson threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more and Clemson posted its first shutout in six years, defeating North Carolina State 41-0 on Saturday.
Pride did come in marked improvement by the Tar Heel defense after embarrassing results the last two Saturdays in a 70-41 loss at East Carolina and a 50-35 loss at Clemson.
Superman came to O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium Saturday. But the N.C. Central Eagles made Howard quarterback Greg McGhee look more mortal than normal in a 27-22 win over the Bison.
Shane Carden threw for 410 yards and four touchdowns to help No. 22 East Carolina beat SMU 45-24 in its American Athletic Conference debut Saturday.