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ACC Football Standings 2012: Boston College Struggling, Florida State Leads Atlantic Division

An updated look at the ACC standings after four weeks of play.

Sep 15, 2012; Evanston, IL, USA; Boston College Eagles quarterback Chase Rettig (11) reacts during the fourth quarter against the Northwestern Wildcats at Ryan Field.  Northwestern won 22-13. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE
Sep 15, 2012; Evanston, IL, USA; Boston College Eagles quarterback Chase Rettig (11) reacts during the fourth quarter against the Northwestern Wildcats at Ryan Field. Northwestern won 22-13. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE

Following another action-filled week of ACC football, the Boston College Eagles are in last place in the Atlantic Division. Boston College has a record of 1-2 this season, including a road loss to Northwestern a week ago. The team features an 0-1 record in ACC play, losing their season opener to the Miami Hurricanes.

As for the rest of the league, the Florida State Seminoles lead the Atlantic Division with a perfect 4-0 record, including two conference wins. The Seminoles struggled early against Clemson on Saturday night, but their offense took off late and led FSU to a 49-37 win. Miami (3-1, 2-0) is the current leader in the Coastal Division, one game ahead of the Virginia Tech Hokies.

Here is a complete look at the ACC standings as of Monday, Sept. 24.


Atlantic Coast Conference Standings

(updated 9.22.2012 at 11:39 PM MST)

Atlantic Division Conf Overall
W L W L
Florida State Seminoles 2 0 4 0
Wake Forest Demon Deacons 1 1 3 1
N.C. State Wolfpack 0 0 3 1
Maryland Terrapins 0 0 2 2
Clemson Tigers 0 1 3 1
Boston College Eagles 0 1 1 2
Coastal Division Conf Overall
W L W L
Miami Hurricanes 2 0 3 1
Virginia Tech Hokies 1 0 3 1
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 1 2 2 2
Duke Blue Devils 0 0 3 1
North Carolina Tar Heels 0 1 2 2
Virginia Cavaliers 0 1 2 2

The Eagles now welcome Clemson to town next Saturday.

For more on Boston College football, be sure to check out BC Interruption.