ACC Football Standings 2012: Florida State loss opens up race

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The ACC football standings were shaken up on Saturday, as North Carolina State pulled off a major upset.

NC State pulled off the upset of the year in the ACC when it beat the Florida State Seminoles on Saturday night, and the victory has left Maryland on top of the Atlantic Division. The Terrapins have played one game, and are 1-0.

Clemson and FSU are now tied for second at 2-1 in the Atlantic, with NC State at third with a 1-1 conference record. Wake Forest and Boston College occupy the bottom two spots at 1-3 and 0-3.

The Coastal Division is topped by Miami. The Hurricanes are at 3-0, but aren't the only undefeated team. The Duke Blue Devils are now 2-0 and 5-1 overall. North Carolina and Virginia Tech at tied for third with 1-1 records. Georgia Tech is next at 1-3, while Virginia brings up the rear at 0-2.

Two of the undefeated teams are in action next Saturday. The Blue Devils visit the Hokies, while the Hurricanes host the Tar Heels.

For complete standings, check out S.I.'s college football standings page.

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