Tar Heels Still Unsettled at QB | ACC Now

Larry Fedora hints at when he'll make a decision at quarterback, Michael Brewer preps for his first test at the helm at Virginia Tech, and Mike London gets his team set for their date with a PAC-12 powerhouse.


Clinton Portis's Most Shocking FSU Prediction | CP's Top 3

Clinton Portis is back! Every week during the football season CP takes us through his Top 3 lists. This week Clinton gives his Top 3 predictions for Florida State including 1 big shocking prediction!



Clemson's Cole Stoudt Gets Help From NFL QB Dad

Cole Stoudt is the new face of Clemson football, but Dabo Swinney isn't the only one aiding in the growth of the senior quarterback. Hear how Stoudt draws from the NFL experience of his father, Cliff.


College Football History Quiz with ACC Coaches

You know the men that patrol the sidelines on Saturdays, but can they name the legends that preceded them? The ACC coaches fire off as many of the top 20 winningest coaches in Division I history as they can.



ACC Football Players Take Nickname Quiz

Players line up each week against their conference foes, but see if they can list each of the ACC football schools' nicknames.


Jimbo Breaks Down Jameis' New Offensive Weapons | ACC Now

See how the National Champions are doing with Jimbo Fisher's post-practice wrap up, which starter will begin the season on the sidelines for Syracuse, Georgia Tech's Key to Success, plus more!



P.J. Williams Performs Dance From "The Wood" on Clinton's Corner

In this version of Clinton's Corner, Florida State star defensive back P.J. Williams talks about the Noles' expectations going into the 2014 season, who is a better QB Jameis Winston or EJ Manuel and reenacts a funny dance scene with Winston from his favorite movie The Wood.


Clinton Portis ACC Digital Network Promo

This is a "must see" 15 second promo announcing the return of former Miami great Clinton Portis to the ACC Digital Network. Portis will appear in multiple features each week flashing his unique personality, as well as offering analysis on the storylines of the conference. Follow @theACCDN.



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