CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.-Sometimes even the opening kickoff can serve as a good indication of how a football game will turn out.
When Ralph Friedgen took the head coaching position at Maryland in 2001, he adopted a 5-6 football team which hadn’t finished in the top four of the conference in a decade.
For the most famous sibling in college football, it’s been a long road back to the top.
Despite the fact that Wake Forest lost six of its final seven games in 2004, five of those losses were by a touchdown or less.
Most Duke fans will notice Boston College’s arrival to the ACC on the basketball court, but the Eagles should make an impact on the gridiron as well.