The Florida State Seminoles clinched the ACC's Atlantic Division over the weekend. Meanwhile, the Boston College Eagles remain at the bottom of the division.
The Florida State Seminoles clinched the ACC's Atlantic Division with a 41-14 beat down of the Maryland Terrapins on Saturday. Both the Seminoles and Clemson Tigers are 7-1 in the ACC, but Florida State earns the division crown and a spot in the ACC championship game thanks to the head-to-head matchup. The Seminoles beat the Tigers 49-37 back on Sept. 22.
Boston College remains at the bottom of the Atlantic after falling 30-23 to the Virginia Tech Hokies in overtime. The Eagles are 2-9 overall and 1-6 in conference play.
Over in the Coastal Division, the winner is still to be determined. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets moved atop the division with a 42-24 win over Duke, who was eliminated from the title conversation. The Yellow Jackets are 5-3 in conference and ½-game ahead of the Miami Hurricanes. However, if the Hurricanes beat the Blue Devils on Saturday, Miami will win the division and go to the ACC championship game. If Duke wins, Georgia Tech gets the crown.
Here are the full ACC standings:
Atlantic Coast Conference Standings
(updated 11.18.2012 at 2:39 AM CST)
|Florida St. Seminoles||7||1||10||1|
|N.C. State Wolfpack||3||4||6||5|
|Wake Forest Demon Deacons||3||5||5||6|
|Boston College Eagles||1||6||2||9|