MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – The Miami Hurricanes and the rest of their division will be facing some new challenges in the upcoming season.
Plenty has changed around the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Coastal Division in the past few months.
Pittsburgh has a new coach who previously won a league championship as a defensive coordinator. North Carolina has a new defensive coordinator who previously won a national title as a head coach.
Miami is looking for a new Duke Johnson, while the Duke Blue Devils will have a new quarterback.
And yet plenty remains the same for reigning division champion Georgia Tech — including that triple-option offense — but the Yellow Jackets are making room for their newest trophy, which they earned by beating Mississippi State in the Orange Bowl.
“We’re excited the way we finished up the 2014 season and we wanted to try to carry…
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