BLACKSBURG, VIRGINIA - NOVEMBER 17: Quarterback Logan Thomas #3 of the Virginia Tech Hokies throws the ball as defensive tackle Tydreke Powell #91 of the North Carolina Tar Heels chases at Lane Stadium on November 17, 2011 in Blacksburg, Virginia. (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Images)
The participants in the ACC Championship game won't be decided until after this weekend's Virginia Tech-Virginia game with the winner advancing to take on Clemson.
The ACC Championship game pairing won't be decided until after this weekend's Virginia Tech-Virginia match up as the Coastal Division title will come down to the final game of the season.
The Hokies enter Saturday's match up with a one game lead over the Cavaliers but a loss would give Virginia its first ever trip to the conference championship game. The clash is between two of the hottest teams in the conference with Virginia Tech having won six straight games and Virginia riding a four game winning streak. Georgia Tech wrapped up its conference season on Saturday with a victory over Duke and finish with a 5-3 mark.
Clemson has already wrapped up the Atlantic division title despite losing to N.C. State on Saturday. The Tigers well step out of conference this week to take on South Carolina. Wake Forest finishes second in the division at 5-3 after earning the tie breaker with Florida State.
Atlantic Coast Conference Standings
(updated 11.20.2011 at 2:54 AM EST)
|Florida St. Seminoles||5||3||7||4|
|Wake Forest Demon Deacons||5||3||6||5|
|N.C. State Wolfpack||3||4||6||5|
|Boston College Eagles||2||5||3||8|