BLACKSBURG VA - NOVEMBER 04: Running back Roddy Jones #20 of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets runs with the ball as defensive end Chris Drager #33 of the Virginia Tech Hokies and cornerback Kyle Fuller #17 of the Virginia Tech Hokies chase at Lane Stadium on November 4 2010 in Blacksburg Virginia. (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Images)
This week's ACC football action is highlighted by the Virginia Tech-Virginia match up that will decide who gets the Coastal Division title.
Friday, November 25
Boston College Eagles Vs. Miami Hurricanes, ABC, 3:30 PM: Miami comes into this game seeking its seventh win of the season and is trying to get to .500 in conference play. Boston College has struggled all season but will look to build on last week's near upset of Notre Dame.
Saturday, November 26
No. 13 Georgia Bulldogs Vs. No. 23 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, ESPN, 12 PM: Georgia Tech is hoping that it can catch Georgia looking ahead to the SEC Championship game as the Yellow Jackets hope to improve their bowl standing. Tech narrowly escaped Duke last week and have struggled recently against the Bulldogs.
Duke Blue Devils Vs. North Carolina Tar Heels, ESPN3, 3:30 PM: While there isn't nearly as much hype surrounding the football match up, expect Duke and North Carolina to pull out all stops on Saturday. The Tar Heels are bowl eligible but Duke can leap frog the Tar Heels in the Coastal division standings with a victory on Saturday.
Vanderbilt Commodores Vs. Wake Forest, ESPNU, 3:30 PM: Saturday's match up between Vanderbilt and Wake Forest pits two of the most surprising teams from the SEC and the ACC conferences. Vanderbilt needs a win to get bowl eligible in James Franklin's first season as head coach.
No. 5 Virginia Tech Hokies Vs. Virginia Cavaliers, ABC/ESPN2, 3:30 PM: The marquee game in the ACC this week also has the most riding on it. The winner of Saturday's match up between Virginia Tech and Virginia will win the ACC Atlantic division and take on Clemson in the ACC Championship game.
Florida State Seminoles Vs. Florida Gators, ESPN2, 7 PM: These two former football powerhouses meet on Saturday in a rare meaningless game for each school.
No. 17 Clemson Tigers Vs. No. 12 South Carolina Gamecocks, ESPN, 7:45 PM: Clemson is headed to the ACC Championship game and will be trying to avoid a two game losing streak after being upset by North Carolina State last week.