ACC Football Standings 2012: Florida State, Miami remain on top of respective divisions

Joel Auerbach

Florida State and Miami remain on top of the 2012 ACC football standings after Saturday's slate of games. Boston College sits in last place in the Atlantic Division and has been eliminated from postseason contention.

Florida State and Miami are on top of their respective divisions in the 2012 ACC football standings. Florida State has already defeated Clemson and has the Atlantic Division tiebreaker over the Tigers which currently have the same 4-1 conference record as the Seminoles. The Hurricanes have a one-game lead over Duke in the Coastal Division. The teams will meet in the final regular season game on Nov. 24. Boston College has already been eliminated from postseason contention following their seventh loss of the season. However, 10 of the other 11 teams are eligible for postseason play.

Here is the current 2012 ACC football standings

Atlantic Conference Overall
*-Florida State 5-1 8-1
*-Clemson 5-1 8-1
Wake Forest 3-4 5-4
NC State 2-3 5-4
Maryland 2-3 4-5
x-Boston College 1-5 2-7

Coastal Conference Overall
Miami 4-2 5-4
x-North Carolina 3-2 6-3
*-Duke 3-3 6-4
Georgia Tech 3-3 4-5
Virginia Tech 2-3 4-5
Virginia 1-4 3-6

*-Bowl eligible
x-ineligible for postseason

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