(AP) - There's plenty of buzz around the Atlantic Coast Conference with the addition of a new team, the latest Heisman Trophy winner and the reigning national champion.
Top-ranked Florida State's run to the national title and the arrival of fast-rising Louisville have raised the ACC's national profile.
But the strength of the league as a whole this season could depend on the arms of numerous unproven commodities at quarterback — besides Jameis Winston, the Seminoles' Heisman winner, of course.
At least 10 schools will debut new starting QBs this week, including three transfers and a pair of true freshmen.
Clemson's Cole Stoudt, who is replacing Tajh Boyd, says concerns might be unfounded. He says, "People are underestimating what we have, looking at all the negatives instead of the positives we have."
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