ACC Football Standings 2012: Boston College finishes at bottom of Atlantic Division

Greg M. Cooper-US PRESSWIRE

The Boston College Eagles finished the 2012 season on a four-game losing streak that dropped them to a 2-10 overall record and last place in the ACC Atlantic Division.

With the regular season complete, the Boston College Eagles wrapped up a disappointing season that ended with a 2-10 record and head coach Frank Spaziani being fired. After finishing with a 1-7 record in ACC games, Boston College finished 2012 at the bottom of the ACC Atlantic Division.

The Eagles finished the season on a four-game losing streak and missed out on a bowl game for the second consecutive year.

Florida State won the Atlantic Division with a 7-1 conference record and 11-2 overall mark after beating Georgia Tech in the ACC Championship Game. The Seminoles claimed the conference's BCS bowl bid and will meet controversial non-AQ representative Northern Illinois in the Orange Bowl.

Full end of the season standings below with overall record listed first and ACC record in parentheses.

Atlantic Division
Florida State 11-2 (7-1 ACC)
Clemson 10-2 (7-1)
North Carolina State 7-5 (4-4)
Wake Forest 5-7 (3-5)
Maryland 4-8 (2-6)
Boston College 2-10 (1-7)

Coastal Division
North Carolina 8-4 (5-3 ACC)
Miami 7-5 (5-3)
Georgia Tech 6-7 (5-3)
Virginia Tech 6-6 (4-4)
Duke 6-6 (3-5)
Virginia 4-8 (2-6)

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