2012 ACC Football Standings: Final standings of the season are set

Mike Ehrmann

The final standings for the ACC this season show FSU and Miami both in ties for first place in their divisions. However, the Noles will be the ones going to the ACC title game, and Miami will be home after they voluntarily imposed a bowl ban.

The final standings of the regular season are set in the ACC, and the Florida St. Seminoles and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will face off this upcoming weekend in the ACC Championship Game in Charlotte.

Florida State ended the season 7-1 in the ACC, and go to the title game ahead of Clemson by virtue of their head to head victory. Georgia Tech's path to the title game is a little less direct. They won the tiebreaker over North Carolina by virtue of a head to head victory, and get the nod over the Miami Hurricanes due to the Canes voluntarily imposing a bowl ban for the second consecutive season.

Here are the full ACC standings for the final week of the regular season.

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

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