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ACC Football Standings 2012: Ties atop both divisions heading into final two weeks

The race to the ACC title game is a tight one, with two teams tied for the lead in both divisions. Boston College still sits at the bottom of the Atlantic division after their loss to Notre Dame over the weekend.

Mark L. Baer-US PRESSWIRE

With just two weeks left in the college football regular season, the Florida St. Seminoles and Clemson Tigers are still the frontrunners atop the ACC standings. FSU and Clemson have pulled away from the pack with matching 9-1 overall records and 5-1 conference records that have them tied for first in the Atlantic division. The Seminoles have the slight advantage due to a 47-39 head-to-head victory earlier in the season.

After the 21-6 loss to No. 4 Notre Dame last week, the Boston College Eagles remain in last place in the Atlantic division. The Eagles are 1-5 in ACC play and 2-8 on the season.

The Miami Hurricanes and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets are tied for first place in the Coastal division with 4-3 conference records. Both are 5-5 overall but Miami current holds the top spot thanks to an overtime victory over Georgia Tech in the season's fourth week.

The Duke Blue Devils are just one game back in the Coastal division with a 3-3 conference record. Duke is already bowl eligible at 6-3 overall.

The full ACC standings are below as well as the teams' conference and overall records.

Atlantic Division
Florida State (6-1 ACC, 9-1 overall)
Clemson (6-1, 9-1)
North Carolina St. (3-3, 6-4)
Wake Forest (3-5, 5-5)
Maryland (2-4, 4-6)
Boston College (1-5, 2-8)

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