Recapping the week that was in the ACC each Sunday, all in one place. The scores, the stars, the stories, the quotables, the standings, the future. It’s all here. Everything except the surround sound.


Saturday, Oct. 20

No. 6 Florida State 33, Miami 20

No. 19 Clemson 38, Virginia Tech 17

Duke 33, North Carolina 30

Wake Forest 16, Virginia 10

Georgia Tech 37, Boston College 17

North Carolina State 20, Maryland 18


Clemson Sr. S Jonathan Meeks: Two interceptions, 74-yard INT touchdown.

Clemson Jr. QB Tajh Boyd: 12 of 21, 160 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT, 20 carries, 27 yards, 2 TDs.

North Carolina So. RB Giovani Bernard: 24 carries, 160 yards, 1 TD

North Carolina State So. WR Bryan Underwood: 6 catches, 134 yards, 68-yard TD

Maryland Fr. RB Wes Brown: 25 carries, 121 yards, 1 TD

Duke Sr. QB Sean Renfree: 23 of 36, 275 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT.

Florida State So. RB Devonta Freeman: 10 carries, 70 yards, 2 TDs.


The Seminoles needed a 17-point fourth quarter to finally pull away.

History was made in Durham last night. The Blue Devils are going bowling.

Despite five fumbles and a missed field goal, Florida State still won easily.

North Carolina State avoided another road letdown with a crazy win in College Park.

Virginia Tech’s offense grinded to a halt in the second half against Clemson

Nothing like facing the Eagles to end Georgia Tech’s skid.

Boston College is off to its worst start since 1989.


“It wasn’t that we couldn’t score points. It’s just that we didn’t score points.” – Virginia Tech QB Logan Thomas.

“Everybody was kind of on the same page. We’ll see when we grade the film, but you didn’t see the busts.” – Georgia Tech Coach Paul Johnson.

“We have to develop our guys and recruit some more and keep working, and don’t make any excuses. They’re a better team right now.” – Miami Coach Al Golden.

“When I realized I still had it, I just wanted to get to the sideline and celebrate with my team. I knew there was still time on the clock, so I didn’t want to celebrate too much.” – Duke’s Jamison Crowder.



Florida State: 7-1 overall (4-1 ACC)

Clemson: 6-1 (3-1)

North Carolina State: 5-2 (2-1)

Maryland: 4-3 (2-1)

Wake Forest: 4-3 (2-3)

Boston College: 1-6 (0-4)


Duke: 6-2 overall (3-1 ACC)

Miami: 4-4 (3-2)

North Carolina: 5-3 (2-2)

Virginia Tech: 4-4 (2-2)

Georgia Tech: 3-4 (2-3)

Virginia: 2-6 (0-4)


Thursday, Oct. 25

No. 19 Clemson at Wake Forest (7:30 p.m.)

Saturday, Oct. 27

North Carolina State at North Carolina (12:30 p.m.)

Maryland at Boston College (1 p.m.)

BYU at Georgia Tech (3 p.m.)

Duke at No. 14 Florida State (3:30 p.m.)