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2018 Schedule
0-0, 1st in ACC - Atlantic
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5dAndrea Adelson and David M. Hale

Ultimate guide to the ACC this season

Preseason all-ACC team, players to watch, words from the ACC commissioner and everything you need to know for the start of the season.

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114dCameron Wolfe

Titans pick gives Young pass for name gaffe

Vince Young mistakenly announced Titans draft pick Harold Landry as 'Honor' Landry on Friday and later apologized on Twitter. Landry tweeted that it is no big deal.

Boston College Spring Game

Boston College Spring Game

Boston College Spring Game

Boston College Spring Game

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Source: Antoine Smith will be Boston College's 10th assistant in 2018. Smith, who joined the staff in an off-field role last spring, will work with the defensive line alongside Paul Pasqualoni.

Iowa scores late to take New Era Pinstripe Bowl (1:12)
Hawkeyes are New Era Pinstripe Bowl champions (2:54)
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Iowa rallies to beat Boston College 27-20 in Pinstripe Bowl

Drake Kulick fought for a 1-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter on his only carry of the game and Iowa beat Boston College 27-20 in the frigid Pinstripe Bowl on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium to snap a five-game bowl losing streak.

Iowa's Kulick muscles in for go-ahead TD (0:34)
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237dAndrea Adelson

ACC bowl picks: Clemson over Bama and more ...

Signs point to another strong bowl season for the ACC, highlighted by Clemson's third consecutive College Football Playoff matchup against Alabama.

Draft prospects on display in Pinstripe Bowl (1:09)
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252dDavid M. Hale

2017 Freshman All-America team

Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor and Georgia's Jake Fromm took center stage for two playoff contenders. After their performances, they headline the year's best freshmen.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

The College Football Hall of Fame class of 2017.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Boston College offensive lineman Mike Ruth, the 1985 Outland Trophy winner, stealing the show here at the Hall of Fame press conference: "I was born slightly bald with a big, fat belly, and not much has changed in 50 years."

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