Concussions and brain injuries in sports are in the spotlight at the ACC Kickoff this week after UNC coach Larry Fedora denied a link between football's violent collisions and brain damage from CTE.
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Wake Forest lineman Phil Haynes didn't start playing football until his senior year in high school. Wake coach Dave Clawson spotted him as a basketball player and identified an athlete he wanted for the Demon Deacons.
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The Atlantic Coast Conference's Atlantic Division has more questions than answers when it comes to the quarterback position this season.
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Through 14 holes, Jordan Spieth was challenging for the lead in the British Open and making it look easy.
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After three years of watching his team struggle to get stops, Pittsburgh coach Pat Narduzzi sees the potential for improvement coming with the return of plenty of defensive starters.
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Jeff Gravley and Marilyn Payne analyze Larry Fedora's comments about the relationship between CTE and football, dive into the Tar Heels NCAA violations and discuss Duke's goals for the season as QB Daniel Jones enters his junior season.
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Launching a cable channel in an era of a la carte infinite content is not an easy task. When ESPN sets sail with the ACC Network in 2019, the vast media ocean could be even choppier.
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Multiple football players from the University of North Carolina could be suspended one game or more this football season after UNC self-reported NCAA violations after those athletes sold university-issued shoes and athletic gear.
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North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora had a lot to say about concussions, the game of football being under attack and whether or not CTE science is real during ACC Kickoff on Wednesday.
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