Quick Overview of Sunday's Top Storylines

Quick Overview of Sunday's Top Storylines


Quick Overview of Sunday's Top Storylines


By Gray Gardner.

Quick overview of Sunday’s top storylines:

Boston College

Senior linebacker Mark Herzlich talked about his return to the playing field after missing last season with bone cancer.


Safety Deandre McDaniel talked about his relationship with Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder after ending Ponder’s season last year.

Florida State

Quarterback Christian Ponder’s Heisman campaign was all the buzz around the Seminole program, as well as the team’s transition to new coach Jimbo Fisher.

Georgia Tech

Running back Roddy Jones talked about replacing last year’s star Jonathan Dwyer and his team’s chances of returning to the ACC Championship.

Miami (FL)

Allen Bailey talked about everything from his team’s high expectations to LeBron James’ move to South Beach.

NC State

Linebacker Nate Irving is back after suffering injuries in a car accident that caused him to miss last season.

North Carolina

Runners and agents, runners and agents, runners and agents… and how quarterback TJ Yates is leading through the adversity.

Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech’s players talked about competing for an ACC title as well as a national title. There was also discussion about the importance of their matchup with top 5 Boise State this fall.

Wake Forest

Senior offensive lineman Russell Nenon talked about life after Riley Skinner and overcoming the title “Little Wake Forest.”



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