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ACC Football Standings 2012: Yellow Jackets stand at top of ACC Coastal Division

The Seminoles at the top of the ACC standings.


Florida State secured its spot on top of the ACC standings with a 21-15 win over the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the ACC Championship game on Saturday.

The Seminoles are 11-2 overall and finished 7-1 in the ACC. Clemson (10-2) also had a 7-1 record in the ACC's Atlantic Division.

Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Miami each finished with 5-3 record in the ACC in the Coastal Division. North Carolina finished with the best overall record (8-4), while Miami (7-5) and Georgia Tech (6-7) were a hair back.

Florida State jumped out to a 21-6 halftime lead Saturday, but the Yellow Jackets made a game out of it by scoring nine second-half points. The Seminoles did not score in the second half of the game.

The game was won on the ground. The Yellow Jackets entered the game with the third-best rushing attack in the country, but Florida State out-rushed Georgia Tech, 194-183.

Here are the full ACC standings:

Atlantic Division Conf. Overall
Florida State 7-1 11-2
Clemson 7-1 10-2
North Carolina State 4-4 7-5
Wake Forest 3-5 5-7
Maryland 2-6 4-8
Boston College 1-7 2-10
Coastal Division Conf. Overall
Georgia Tech 5-3 6-7
North Carolina 5-3 8-4
Miami (FL) 5-3 7-5
Virginia Tech 4-4 6-6
Duke 3-5 6-6
Virginia 2-6 4-8

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.