Eagles control their destiny in Atlantic Division
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BC, which plays nonconference foe Buffalo on Saturday, would clinch a berth in the ACC championship game if it wins its final four ACC games. The 18th-ranked Eagles (6-1, 3-1 Atlantic) will win the division even if they finish tied with Clemson at the end of the season. BC beat the Tigers in double overtime earlier this season.
"It's really a big win for our program," said BC quarterback Matt Ryan. "Obviously, Florida State is a storied program and someone who is always in the national picture. Ultimately, we move forward and they move back, and if we take care of business, I think we have a good shot."
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