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ACC Football Standings

A look at the ACC Standings following this weekend's games.

Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

The ACC is still up for grabs, especially the Coastal Division where Miami and Georgia Tech are chasing Duke for a chance to play in Charlotte.

ACC - Atlantic

W-L PF PA W-L PF PA STRK
Florida State 5-0 202 112 8-0 307 182 W8
Clemson 5-1 164 94 6-2 258 146 W5
Boston College 3-2 119 109 6-3 247 181 W2
Louisville 4-3 178 135 6-3 278 159 L1
North Carolina State 1-4 97 174 5-4 258 248 W1
Syracuse 1-4 79 113 3-6 181 207 L2
Wake Forest 0-4 37 116 2-6 118 197 L4
ACC - Coastal W-L PF PA W-L PF PA STRK
Duke 3-1 112 108 7-1 286 154 W3
Georgia Tech 4-2 214 158 7-2 332 236 W2
Miami (FL) 3-2 129 95 6-3 297 197 W3
North Carolina 2-3 148 201 4-5 319 377 L1
Virginia 2-3 97 123 4-5 240 218 L3
Pittsburgh 2-3 146 167 4-5 280 237 L2
Virginia Tech 1-4 111 128 4-5 236 203 L3

This league has always been competitive, but the last 3-4 years it has been one of the more dramatic leagues in all of sports. The Atlantic is pretty much in Florida State's hands at this point with the second place team, Clemson, having one loss, which they suffered to FSU meaning in a tiebreaker scenario the Seminoles would get the edge.

Who is going to win the Coastal? Your guess is as good as mine. Duke still controls their destiny as the only one loss team in the division, but Miami is on fire right now having throttled Virginia Tech and UNC in consecutive weeks. Georgia Tech is still in the hunt, but Duke holds the tiebreaker over the Yellow Jackets.

The real surprise is Virginia Tech sitting at the bottom of the table in the Coastal. The Hokies have had a slightly less than mediocre year, but have had the opportunity to win every game they've lost (Miami is the exception), so look for the Hokies to keep fighting to try and reach bowl eligibility.