ACC Football: News, Rumors And Recruiting Headed Into Week 7

We're heading into a huge week for ACC Football, which means there's plenty of news out there for us to cover in advance of all the Saturday craziness. Here's our ACC Football: News, Rumors And Recruiting Headed Into Week 7.

Miami Confident About Potential FSU Rematch

After falling just short in a 29-24 loss to Florida State last week, starting QB Brad Kaaya isn't deterred.

Kaaya told reporters that Miami can "definitely beat" Florida State in an ACC Championship Game rematch, but he did acknowledge that the team will need to take care of business to get to Charlotte.

"We had them right there on the ropes ... but things happen and you got to bounce back," Kaaya said. 

Miami has yet to play a game in the ACC Coastal division, so a potential rematch remains in the cards -- no matter how unlikely some experts believe that is.

Boston College Pays Clemson High Praise

The Boston College Eagles travel to Death Valley to face the #5 Clemson Tigers, and while the Eagles have already squared off against undefeated Florida State back in September, BC head coach Steve Addazio made no bones about who he feels the most talented team in the ACC is.

"Without a doubt I would say they're the most talented team we've played all year," Addazio told reporters.

Virginia HC Mike London Occupying The "Hottest Seat" In College Football?

Several Sports Illustrated writers seem to think so, including Colin Becht.

"He barely survived last season, and a 1–4 start to 2015 hasn’t cooled his seat. London desperately needed that upset of Notre Dame in Week 2, but DeShone Kizer’s deep ball to Will Fuller killed that. He is now 12–29 over the last 3.5 seasons with just five conferences wins in that span. That kind of sustained failure can’t last, so unless London starts winning in a hurry, he’ll soon be gone."

Four-Star OT Has A Good Feeling About Louisville

Goose Creek (SC) lineman Javon Kinlaw recently spoke with Louisville assistant Todd Grantham, and both he and Grantham are doing their best to set up an official visit in the near future.

"I like them a lot," Kinlaw said.

While the nation's #26 offensive tackle (per 247Sports) is considered to be a heavy lean towards in-state South Carolina, things could very well change dramatically before next year's National Signing Day.

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