Clemson will represent the ACC in the Discover Orange Bowl, and Virginia Tech is expected to be picked to play in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl.
The Champs Sports Bowl has the No. 3 selection out of the ACC followed by the Sun Bowl, Belk Bowl, Music City Bowl, Independence Bowl, and Military Bowl.
With Clemson and Virginia Tech off the board, the Champs Sports Bowl will likely pick FSU to face Notre Dame. The Sun Bowl would be on the clock next, and they are reportedly targeting Georgia Tech.
The Belk Bowl has the fifth selection and talk this week has focused on NC State or Virginia representing the ACC. The ACC representative will face a Big East foe, most likely either West Virginia, Louisville, or Rutgers.
Most believe NC State will represent the ACC in the Belk Bowl, but that is not official at this time. The Wolfpack finished 7-5 overall and 5-3 in the ACC.
The 2011 Belk Bowl will be played December 27th in Charlotte, North Carolina at Bank of America Stadium. Founded in 2002, the payout for each team is $1.7 million, and the game will be televised nationally on ESPN.
If NC State isn't picked to play in the Belk Bowl they should be heading to the Music City Bowl to face a SEC opponent.
However, we will know much more tonight. NC State has scheduled a press conference at 6:30 at the Murphy Center where Tom O'Brien, Debbie Yow, and several players will meet with the media and discuss their destination.
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