WEEK 4: ACC Power Poll

Take a look at week four power rankings in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

1. Clemson
Last week: Beat Furman 41-7.
This week: at Florida State, 8 p.m., Saturday.
Series record: Florida State leads 17-8.
Last meeting: Clemson won 35-30 in 2011.

2. Florida State
Last week: Beat Wake Forest 52-0.
This week: vs. Clemson, 8 p.m., Saturday.
Series record: Florida State leads 17-8.
Last meeting: Clemson won 35-30 in 2011.

3. Georgia Tech
Last week: Beat Virginia 56-20.
This week: vs. Miami, 3 p.m., Saturday.
Series record: Georgia Tech leads 10-7.
Last meeting: Miami won 24-7 in 2011.

4. N.C. State
Last week: Beat South Alabama 31-7.
This week: vs. The Citadel, 6 p.m., Saturday.
Series record: N.C. State leads 4-0.
Last meeting: N.C. State won 45-0 in 1983.

5. Virginia Tech
Last week: Lost 35-17 to Pittsburgh.
This week: vs. Bowling Green, noon, Saturday.
Series record: Virginia Tech leads 2-0.
Last meeting: Virginia Tech won 33-16 in 1993.

6. Miami
Last week: Beat Bethune-Cookman 38-10.
This week: at Georgia Tech, 3 p.m., Saturday.
Series record: Georgia Tech leads 10-7.
Last meeting: Miami won 24-7 in 2011.

7. Virginia
Last week: Lost 56-20 to Georgia Tech.
This week: at TCU, noon, Saturday.
Series record: Tied 1-1.
Last meeting: TCU won 30-14 in 2009.

8. North Carolina
Last week: Lost 39-34 to Louisville.
This week: vs. East Carolina, 3:30 p.m., Saturday.
Series record: North Carolina leads 11-2-1.
Last meeting: North Carolina won 35-20 in 2011.

9. Duke
Last week: Beat North Carolina Central 54-17.
This week: vs. Memphis, 6 p.m., Saturday.
Series record: First meeting.

10. Wake Forest
Last week: Lost 52-0 to Florida State.
This week: vs. Army, 12:30 p.m., Saturday.
Series record: Wake Forest leads 7-4.
Last meeting: Wake Forest won 21-10 in 2007.

11. Boston College
Last week: Lost 22-13 to Northwestern.
This week: Off.

12. Maryland
Last week: Lost 24-21 to Connecticut.
This week: at West Virginia, noon, Saturday.
Series record: West Virginia leads 25-21-2.
Last meeting: West Virginia won 37-31 in 2011.


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