ACC Football Standings – Week 11


ACC football standings for Week 11 of the season. Clemson and Virginia Tech control their own destiny for a matchup in the conference title game.


It doesn’t seem as if Clemson fans need to worry about Deshaun Watson. The star quarterback didn’t start the second half of Saturday’s win over Syracuse because of a bruised shoulder, but he was available to play and likely won’t miss any time. That’s good news for the Atlantic-leading Tigers, who essentially hold a two-game lead over Louisville because of the head-to-head tiebreaker.

That loss to Clemson still stands as the Cardinals’ only defeat. Lamar Jackson had another Heisman-worthy performance in Saturday’s romp over Boston College, throwing for four touchdowns and running for three more to give him 45 on the season, three short of breaking Watson’s ACC record set just last season.

There’s plenty of suspense in the Coastal, where Virginia Tech and North Carolina are tied atop the division with 5-1 conference records. The Hokies hold the tiebreaker after trouncing the Tar Heels, 34-3, on Oct. 8, but their loss to Syracuse could prove costly. North Carolina has won three in a row since that defeat and their last two ACC opponents – Duke and N.C. State – aren’t exactly tough opponents. It’ll need Virginia Tech to lose to either Georgia Tech or Virginia.

Here’s how the entire ACC standings look heading into week 11 of the 2016 season.

Week 11 ACC Football Standings

Atlantic

Clemson (6-0 ACC, 9-0 Overall)
Louisville (6-1, 8-1)
Wake Forest (3-2, 6-3)
Florida State (3-3, 6-3)
Syracuse (2-3, 4-5)
NC State (1-4, 4-5)
Boston College (1-5, 4-5)

Coastal

Virginia Tech (5-1, 7-2)
North Carolina (5-1, 7-2)
Pittsburgh (2-3, 5-4)
Miami (2-3, 5-4)
Georgia Tech (2-4, 5-4)
Virginia (1-4, 2-7)
Duke (0-5, 3-6)

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