ACC Football Standings 2012: FSU alone in first place in Atlantic

Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE

The Florida State Seminoles are alone in first place in the ACC standings. Here's how the conference sits after nine weeks.

After nine weeks, the ACC standings are starting to fully take shape. After dismantling Duke 48-7, Florida State is alone atop the Atlantic division with a 5-1 record. Clemson, who is clearly the second best team in the conference, has the bad luck of being in the same division as the Noles, and are 4-1 in conference.

Duke, North Carolina and Miami are tied for the lead in the Coastal division with 3-2 conference records. Georgia Tech lost 41-17 to BYU on Saturday, but the game doesn't affect their conference record, which is 2-3.

Here are the full ACC standings for Week 9.

Atlantic Division Conf. W-L Overall W-L
Florida State 5-1 8-1
Clemson 4-1 7-1
North Carolina State 2-2 5-3
Maryland 2-2 4-4
Wake Forest 2-4 4-4
Boston College 1-4 2-6
Coastal Division Conf. W-L Overall W-L
Duke 3-2 6-3
North Carolina 3-2 6-3
Miami 3-2 4-4
Virginia Tech 2-2 4-4
Georgia Tech 2-3 3-5
Virginia 0-4 2-6

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