Saturday, September 22, 2007

… and apparently so do the Wolfpack and Tarheels.

Saturday ACC Wrap-up

Virginia 28, Georgia Tech 23
Look who’s in the running for the Coastal Division Title… OK so UNC and Duke account for two of Virginia’s three conference wins, but the Hoo’s are guaranteed a share of first place in the division until at least October 20 when they travel to College Park.
Cavaliers rally to win after blowing early lead
Tech graveyard kills ACC hopes

USF 37, North Carolina 10
Cheer up Tarheel fans, basketball practice starts on October 12.
Heels taken down by South Florida
No. 23 USF Dominates N. Carolina 37-10

Clemson 42, NC State 20
608 yards given up on defense? 100 yard interception return for two points on a two point conversion try? Look on the bright side Wolfpack fans… see note above on Carolina game.
Tigers find offense, steamroll Pack
Tigers blow out N.C. State

Boston College 37, Army 17
The Eagles begin their month long vacation for league play and Matt Ryan pads his Heisman stats.
No. 14 Boston College beats up on Army 37-17 to remain unbeaten
Army Falls at No. 14/12 Boston College

Navy 46, Duke 43
Navy outscores the Devils 28-7 on the second half to complete comeback… Could a team of the best players from Duke, Carolina and State compete in the conference? Have the tents already been set up at Krzyzewskiville?
Navy's late field goal sinks Duke
Bullen's Last Second Field Goal Lifts Navy Over Duke 46-43

Virginia Tech 44, William & Mary 3
Neither William nor Mary show up as the Hokies tune up for Carolina. The Hokies travel to Death Valley on October 6.
Virginia Tech wins big over William & Mary, 44-3
Fast Start Helps 17th-ranked Hokies Cruise Past Tribe, 44-3

Wake Forest 31, Maryland 24 (OT)
Wake scores the last 28 points of the game, including a tying touchdown with three seconds left in regulation to stun Maryland.
Wake Forest Overcomes 21-Point Deficit To Defeat Maryland, 31-24, In Overtime
Terps Blink, and It's Gone

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