In today’s edition of ACC Nation Daily the Wolfpack name portions of Reynolds Coliseum in honor of Jim Valvano and Kay Yow. The two legendary basketball coaches will be honored in a dedication ceremony December 5.
Today, some bonus basketball video from Virginia and Duke. In addition, some tape to get Syracuse and Notre Dame fans hyped for their journey to Yankee Stadium.
Plus, football, basketball, signings, injuries and a former Heel makes good in this edition of the Daily.
- NESN – Boston College gets nod as favorite over Florida State
- Times & Democrat/Lentz-Clemson finally gets a night game
- NBC Sports/Taylor-Duke loses DT Ben Frye to ACL tear
- Orlando Sentinel/Powell-Seminoles RB’s show progress and want more work
- Tomahawk Nation/Rogner-Florida State MBB expected to sign Top 15 class
- ESPN-Texas transfer James Banks granted immediate eligibility at Georgia Tech
- NBC Sports/Taylor-Russ Yeast sticks with Louisville football after release of Petrino
- Sun-Sentinel/Chirinos-Hurricanes cough up $400K to Arkansas State
- Keeping It Heel/Cockrum-Heels get two Letters of Intent including a five-star
Daily – Wolfpack Honor Valvano, Yow
- WRAL-NC State honors Valvano and Yow with naming of arena and court
- UPI/Musick-Notre Dame wary of Syracuse
- Cardiac Hill/Whaley-Pitt favored against Deacons
- Syracuse.com/Waters-Joe Girard III signs Letter of Intent with Cuse
- Richmond Times-Dispatch/Barber-AJC’s Ken Sugiura chats with Mike Barber about the Virginia-Georgia Tech game
- Tech Sideline/Coleman-Hokies prep for Classic
- Chicago Bears-Former North Carolina QB Mitchell Trubisky named NFC Player of the Week
Plus, these bonus videos of ACC sports-
Missed out on Virginia basketball this season? Now you can watch the entire game in a little over 9 minutes.
Syracuse and Notre Dame at Yankee Stadium. Get a preview of what both teams bring to the table as they look to keep their post-season dreams on track.
Why all the talk about Duke’s Zion Williamson? Here’s a few minutes worth of action that will help answer that question.
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