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

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

Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE

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

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