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.
North Carolina head coach John Bunting entered the 2004 season in the hot seat, having won five games combined in the previous two seasons.
The 2005 Clemson Tigers hope to follow in the footsteps of the 2004 Tigers by qualifying for a bowl game.