With the regular season finished, it's still not really clear how many ACC teams will appear in bowl games - or even whether the championship game-bound Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will have a postseason after the game against Florida State.
With North Carolina ineligible and Miami self-imposing a bowl ban, there are only six ACC teams capable of finishing the season at .500 or above for eight slots. Georgia Tech is one of those eligible teams, but at 6-6, they'll need to either win next week or get a waiver from the NCAA to participate in a bowl game. Jason Kirk opted to assume a Yellow Jackets loss next week and left them out of the bowl picture in his Week 14 bowl projections, although he acknowledged that the team could still earn a slot.
Kirk projected five ACC teams to appear in bowls, with Florida State representing the team with an automatic BCS bid: