Duke Johnson had a moment to remember, and Miami had a game to forget.
Sometime in the first few minutes after kickoff Saturday night, Miami’s Duke Johnson will likely take a handoff from Brad Kaaya and run into the Hurricane record books.
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.
Atlantic Coast Conference football has enjoyed a long run in the starring role on Thursday Night Lights.
A lot is riding on Thursday night’s game between ACC rivals, especially inside of the conference.
Everyone around the ACC was talking this summer about the conference’s rising national profile.
Top-seeded seeded Florida played with a lot more energy and intensity this time around.
While most of the football media and other coaches were still salivating after seeing Jadeveon Clowney run a blazing fast 40-yard-dash; Pittsburgh defensive tackle Aaron Donald staked his claim to being worth a first-round pick.