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0-0, 1st in ACC - Coastal

Mark Richt @MarkRicht

The season will start in a couple of weeks. I'm excited about our team. But I would also like to wish the Dawgs the very best! U Family!

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami coach Mark Richt was clearly unhappy with practice Friday, telling local reporters, "Everybody around here has to do their job, and right now, it's not happening. And I'm part of it. I'm leading it. It's on me. But I promise you, it's going to be on everybody else that needs to do what they're supposed to do." Asked whether struggles were common in fall camp, Richt said, "There's always days when I want to rip somebody, but today I'm ripping everybody, starting with me."


Campus Conversation: UF Suspensions, QB Competitions, More

Before chats with Clemson's Dabo Swinney & Oklahoma's Lincoln Riley, Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg & Jake Trotter discuss the suspensions at Florida, weigh in on intriguing QB battles at places like Michigan, Texas, Miami, Virginia Tech and many more.

ESPN Stats & Info

Seminoles ready to steal the crown?

Clemson (2011, '15, '16) and Florida State ('12, '13, '14) have combined to win the last six ACC titles. Though Miami is also in the mix, ESPN's FPI likes that streak to continue, giving the Seminoles an edge over the defending national champions.

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9dAndrea Adelson

Miami to add 5 all-time greats to Ring of Honor

Miami will honor five of its all-time greats in October, when Michael Irvin, Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Warren Sapp and the late Sean Taylor are inducted into the school's Ring of Honor.

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Biggest position battles: Miami

The preseason favorite to win the Coastal Division has just about every piece in place to make a run -- except a starter at quarterback.

Miami defense gaining an edge (2:01)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami defensive tackle Pat Bethel believes being a legacy player at Miami means much more. His dad, Randy, won two national championships with the Canes and that tradition is something well understood. "When your father is somebody you look up to, it's easy to see how a kid would be like, 'I want to follow in his footsteps, but that legacy here is a little bit different, and I can tell. I'm not just saying that because I'm here. You may go to wherever and play because your dad played but when you come here and play at the place where your dad played, it's a little different. It's something you can feel."

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25dAndrea Adelson

Familiar names will be seen all over college football in 2017

It isn't an easy feat for a son to live up to his famous father's name in the sport that made him famous, but for these college football legacies, playing at their fathers' alma maters is about making their own names.

Richt wants nationwide appeal for the Hurricanes (2:09)