2013 ACC Football Kickoff: Video player interviews, including Clemson, Miami, Florida State

Jeremy Brevard-US PRESSWIRE

Players from the 14 ACC teams are interviewed during ACC Football Kickoff 2013.

Sunday brought interviews with many of the top players in the ACC.

The first video features players from Clemson, Duke, Virginia, North Carolina, Miami, Wake Forest and Boston College. Included are quarterbacks Tajh Boyd and Stephen Morris. Can Miami break through and play in its first ever ACC Championship? Is Tajh Boys a legitimate Heisman candidate? And how will Boston College do under new coach Steve Addazio? All those questions are asked, and more.

The second video features players from N.C. State, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech, Pitt, Florida State, Maryland and Syracuse. Florida State players are asked why the media should vote for them as the preseason favorite. Pitt and Syracuse players are asked about entering a new league, and the challenges that come along with a new conference. Several teams, including N.C. State and Syracuse have new head coaches, and their players are asked about that as well.

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