Week two of ACC football saw some more interesting results. Relive all of the action below.
Miami 44 FAU 20
Brief Summary: The Hurricanes got off to a slow start, holding just a three point lead at halftime. But behind three rushing touchdowns by Mark Walton and nearly 250-yards of total offense by Joseph Yearby, Miami pulled away late to start the season 2-0.
South Florida 14 Florida State 34
Brief Summary: Delvin Cook's 266 rushing yards and three scores help Florida State dominate the second half as Everett Golson struggles with his accuracy.
Houston 34 Louisville 31
Brief Summary: A late game-tying field goal attempt falls short for Louisville as Houston pulls off the upset in a back and forth affair.
Appalachian State 10 Clemson 41
Brief Summary: The Tigers dominate from start to finish, racking up over 400-yards of total offense and forcing four turnovers.
Wake Forest 17 Syracuse 30
Brief Summary: Two big plays pace a Syracuse comeback as freshman quarterback Eric Dungey leads the Orange to a critical conference win.
Howard 0 Boston College 76
Brief Summary: The Eagles score 62 points in the first half as the route the overmatched Bison.
Notre Dame 34 Virginia 27
Brief Summary: The Cavs take a late one point lead, but the defense gives up a last second drive by Notre Dame's backup quarterback as the Irish escape Charlottesville with a win.
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Tulane 10 Georgia Tech 65
Brief Summary: The triple option is too much for the overmatched Green Wave as the Yellow Jackets roll at home.
Furman 3 Virginia Tech 42
Brief Summary: Beamer Ball helps the Hokies bounce back from a week one win as a suffocating defense paces Virginia Tech.
Pittsburgh 24 Akron 7
Brief Summary: Pitt struggles offensively without James Connor, but gets the job done on the road with a strong defensive effort to improve to 2-0.
NC Central 0 Duke 55
Brief Summary: Duke runs up the score on an inferior opponent for a second straight week as the defense earns a shutout.
NC A&T 14 North Carolina 53
Brief Summary: Marquise Williams bounces back with an efficient performance and the Tar Hells rush for over 230 yards as they control the game from start to finish.
Eastern Kentucky 0 NC State 35
Brief Summary: Jaylen Samuels and Matt Dayes both have big days for the Wolfpack as the defense allows only 112 yards of total offense.