The ACC Kickoff returned to Charlotte this week and Clemson was the talk of the town, as they should be.
The defending National Champions highlighted the two-day media event with new UNC head coach Mack Brown gathering the rest of the attention.
The Tigers have won the last four ACC title games.
On Day One, the Atlantic Division coaches and players held press conferences with the Coastal Division taking over Day Two.
Take a look at some of the most notable quotes, moments and interviews.
Head coach Dabo Swinney, offensive guard John Simpson and safety Tanner Muse represented Clemson with Swinney joining The Clubhouse with Kyle Bailey.
Simpson continued to fuel the Clemson-Alabama rivalry with a response to Alabama head coach Nick Saban and linebacker Dylan Moses saying they weren't prepared for the Tigers and they're still the better team.
Head coach Dave Doeren, offensive tackle Justin Witt and defensive end James Smith-Williams represented the Wolfpack.
Doeren joined The Clubhouse to discuss the team's replacement at quarterback with Ryan Finley no longer around. Junior transfer Bailey Hockman from Florida State and redshirt freshman Dennis Leary are the two competing for the starting quarterback spot.
Doeren also spoke about now having alcohol at home games.
"Selfishly, absolutely, I would love to see everybody staying in there because it helps us win. At the end of the day I think everybody would agree that's our job here, is to win as many games as we can and do it right the right way, so our fans can enjoy it and in my opinion be a part of it because that's a strength for us."
"I think coach Doeren has a standard, and that standard is raised every day. He set the bar high. He's shown us also what it's like to be a man, handle your business. I think that's reflected on the field, as well."
Head coach Dave Clawson, running back Cade Carney and linebacker Justin Strnad represented Wake Forest.
Clawson joined The Clubhouse to discuss the team's quarterback situation and the expectations with many returners. Sophomore Sam Hartman and redshirt junior Jamie Newman are competing for the starting job. Both were starters at one point last season.
Carney joined Wilson & Parcell to close out the midday hour.
Head coach David Cutcliffe, quarterback Quentin Harris and linebacker Koby Quansah represented the Blue Devils.
Cutcliffe joined Kyle on The Clubhouse to talk about replacing Daniel Jones at quarterback with Harris and facing Alabama in Week One.
Head coach Mack Brown, offensive tackle Charlie Heck and safety Myles Dorn represented UNC.
Brown joined The Clubhouse and discussed his thoughts on the rapid increase of the Transfer Portal and bringing back title expectations to Carolina.
Brown added that UNC expects to run the ball a lot and not use the "Air Raid."
He went on to say that the Tar Heels biggest question this summer was to figure out who will be the team's starting quarterback.
Sam Howell, Cade Fortin and Jace Ruder are competing for the job.
"He brought an excitement to the team that I ha'n't seen before, not just only on the team but in the community. People are talking about Carolina football. That's been really special to be a part of right now." -Heck.
Head coach Justin Fuente, tight end Dalton Keene and defensive back Reggie Floyd represented the Hokies.
Fuente joined The Clubhouse to discuss how Virginia Tech hopes to bounce back and who the starting quarterback will be.
ACC commissioner John Swofford hosted his annual forum with the new ACC Network set to launch on August 22 being the main topic.
A documentary called "The Class That Saved Coach K" and Clemson's perfect 2018 season will highlight the network's productions being released.
Former App State and current Louisville head coach Scott Satterfield will have his first season at Louisville be documented as well.
"The ACC Network will give our schools a national platform to showcase our campuses, our coaches, our student-athletes. This will result in 24/7 ACC