The Miami Hurricanes are one of several teams in the ACC hoping to recapture past glory.
Virginia, Duke, Notre Dame and Louisville earned the top four seeds in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament and double byes into the quarterfinals.
Raining 10 3-pointers is one way to snap a three-game losing streak. Well, that’s exactly what the Miami Hurricanes did against Clemson on Sunday, winning 56-46.
As college football season begins to near its end, things could get very interesting inside the ACC.
It’s been an up-and-down season for the Miami Hurricanes, but the team’s recent resurgence has them in the thick of the ACC Coastal Division race.
The tight race in the ACC could come down to some key matchups, including games against the conference’s top ranked team, defending champion Florida State.
The Atlantic Coast Conference is still looking to prove there’s good football in the league beyond Florida State.
Atlantic Coast Conference football has enjoyed a long run in the starring role on Thursday Night Lights.
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston just can’t seem to stay out of trouble.
North Carolina State coach Dave Doeren said Tuesday he has apologized to Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher for his comments accusing the top-ranked Seminoles of faking injuries to slow down the Wolfpack’s offense.