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2012 ACC football standings: Miami, Maryland hold division leads

Several schools are off to good starts to ACC play.

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The Miami Hurricanes still have the lead in the ACC's Coastal Division despite a loss to North Carolina over the weekend, while the Maryland Terrapins are in first place in the Atlantic.

Maryland, which beat Virginia on the road Saturday, is the only team with an unblemished record in conference play. Florida State is on the Terps' heels at 3-1; the Seminoles bounced back from a loss last week to take down the Boston College Eagles with little trouble. Clemson is third in the Atlantic, followed by N.C. State, Wake Forest and BC.

In the Coastal Division, there is a logjam behind 3-1 Miami, as Virginia Tech, North Carolina and Duke are all 2-1. The Hokies have lost to the Tar Heels and beaten the Blue Devils this season; Duke and North Carolina will play this weekend. Georgia Tech was idle on Saturday and remains in fifth place with a 1-3 conference record. The Cavaliers bring up the rear at 0-3.

Here are the complete ACC standings:

Atlantic Coast Conference Standings

Atlantic Division Conf Overall
Maryland Terrapins 2 0 4 2
Florida St. Seminoles 3 1 6 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 3 1 5
Coastal Division Conf Overall
Miami Hurricanes 3 1 4 3
Duke Blue Devils 2 1 5 2
North Carolina Tar Heels 2 1 5 2
Virginia Tech Hokies 2 1 4 3
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 1 3 2 4
Virginia Cavaliers 0 3 2 5

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