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ACC Football Standings 2012: Surprise teams lead divisions through six weeks

Through six weeks, the ACC standings don't look much like what the experts predicted.

Joshua S. Kelly-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

After six weeks, the ACC standings are starting to take shape. However, it's not in a way that many would have predicted. The two division leaders, Maryland and Miami, were widely considered to be two of the worst teams in the conference before the season started. The favorites entering the season, Florida St., Virginia Tech and Clemson, have all lost a game already, and in Virginia Tech's case, three games.

Georgia Tech has had a rough start to the season. In particular, three straight losses (two to conference opponents) have put them in a huge hole in the Coastal Division, and would have to win out to have much of a chance to win the division.

Here are the full ACC standings:


Atlantic Coast Conference Standings

(updated 10.7.2012 at 3:49 AM EDT)

Atlantic Division Conf Overall
W L W L
Maryland Terrapins 1 0 3 2
Florida St. Seminoles 2 1 5 1
Clemson Tigers 2 1 5 1
N.C. State Wolfpack 1 1 4 2
Wake Forest Demon Deacons 1 3 3 3
Boston College Eagles 0 2 1 4
Coastal Division Conf Overall
W L W L
Miami Hurricanes 3 0 4 2
Duke Blue Devils 2 0 5 1
North Carolina Tar Heels 1 1 4 2
Virginia Tech Hokies 1 1 3 3
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 1 3 2 4
Virginia Cavaliers 0 2 2 4


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