ACC Football Standings 2012: Boston College last in Atlantic Division

Greg M. Cooper-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Boston College is sixth in the Atlantic Division after losing to Clemson, 45-31. No. 3 Florida State leads the Atlantic Divison and Miami is atop the Coastal Division.

The Boston College Eagles fell to last place in the most recent ACC standings after a loss to Clemson on Saturday. The Eagles are now 0-2 in ACC play and 1-3 overall after the 45-31 loss at home.

Atop the ACC Atlantic Division is the Florida State Seminoles who are a perfect 5-0 on the season including two wins in ACC play. The Seminoles moved up to No. 3 in the Associated Press Top 25 this week after a 30-17 win over South Florida.

The Miami Hurricanes sit in first place in the Coastal Division after picking up their third-straight win on Saturday. Miami is 3-0 in the ACC and 4-1 overall after beating NC State, 44-37.

Full ACC Standings below with conference record listed first followed by overall record:

Atlantic Division

1. Florida State (2-0, 5-0)

2. Clemson (1-1, 4-1)

3. Wake Forest (1-2, 3-2)

4. Maryland (0-0, 2-2)

5. North Carolina State (0-1, 3-2)

6. Boston College (0-2, 1-3)

Coastal Division

1. Miami (3-0, 4-1)

2. Duke (1-0, 4-1)

3. Virginia Tech (1-0, 3-2)

4. Georgia Tech (1-2, 2-3)

5. North Carolina (1-0, 3-2)

6. Virginia (0-1, 2-3)

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