2012 ACC Football Standings: Miami needs help to make it to ACC title game

Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE

The Miami Hurricanes need some help to make it to the ACC title game, on top of needing to win against Duke on Saturday.

The Miami Hurricanes easily beat cross-state rival USF on Saturday, but it didn't do them any good in the ACC standings. The Canes sorely regret losing to Virginia two weeks ago, as it removed them from the driver's seat in the ACC Coastal Division. Georgia Tech has assumed control of the division for now, but need Miami to lose to Duke on Saturday to maintain their lead. Miami can still make the title game, but they need North Carolina to lose to Maryland.

In the Atlantic Division, the Florida St. Seminoles are locked into the ACC title game. They will play Florida on Saturday with potential BCS championship game aspirations on the line.

Here are the full ACC standings for Week 12.

Atlantic Division Conf. W-L Overall W-L
Florida State 7-1 10-1
Clemson 7-1 10-1
NC State 3-4 6-5
Wake Forest 3-5 5-6
Maryland 2-5 4-7
Boston College 1-6 2-9
Coastal Division Conf. W-L Overall W-L
Georgia Tech 5-3 6-5
North Carolina 4-3 7-4
Miami 4-3 6-5
Duke 3-4 6-5
Virginia Tech 3-4 5-6
Virginia 2-5 4-7

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