ACC lunchtime links
- BC quarterback Chase Rettig aims to take the lead.
- Clemson is on its guard, despite home-field advantage and inexperience on Georgia's D.
- Duke's defense has a lot to prove.
- Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher's son continues his battle with a rare blood disorder.
- Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson has heaped praise on David Sims.
- Maryland offensive lineman Michael Dunn has had a pretty spectacular week.
- Young pass rushers could be Miami's secret weapon. Time for Al Golden to start delivering results, writes Dave Hyde in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
- North Carolina is hoping to steal the spotlight tonight against South Carolina.
- NC State has turned to a versatile junior college player to start at center.
- Pitt quarterback Tom Savage thought about quitting at one point in his career.
- Syracuse receiver Quinta Funderburk remains a mystery.
- Jake Snyder has followed his brother as a co-captain at Virginia.
- Watch out for the Fuller brothers at Virginia Tech.
- Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe plans on playing more freshmen this season.
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2014 ACC STANDINGS
|#3 Florida State||8-0||11-0|
|North Carolina State||2-5||6-5|
|#18 Georgia Tech||6-2||9-2|
Final/2OT Virginia Tech 3 Wake Forest 6 Final Syracuse 7 Pittsburgh 30 Final 24 Louisville 31 Notre Dame 28 Final Boston College 17 3 Florida State 20 Final Georgia State 0 22 Clemson 28 Final Miami (FL) 13 Virginia 30