ACC's top five

dshirley@macon.comNovember 25, 2013 

Alabama A M Georgia Tech Football

JOHN AMIS/ASSOCIATED PRESSRunning back David Sims (20) and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets led 52-0 at halftime against Alabama A&M on Saturday en route to a 66-7 victory.

JOHN AMIS — AP

1. Big-time blowouts: Florida State beat Idaho 80-14, while North Carolina also scored 80 in against Old Dominion. Georgia Tech only scored 66 (in a 66-7 win over Alabama A&M) after scoring 52 points in the first half.

2. Tajh goes out in style: Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd wrapped up his home career by completing 21-of-28 passes and five touchdowns against The Citadel.

3. Blue Devils keep rolling: Duke improved to 9-2 with its seventh straight win, 28-21 over Wake Forest.

4. Last-play heroics: Boston College beat Maryland with a long field goal by Nate Freese on the final play of the game, although he got two chances at it because Maryland head coach Randy Edsall called a timeout right before Freese missed his first try.

5. Bowl-eligible bowl: Pittsburgh became bowl-eligible with its win over Syracuse while the Orange have one more game to get there. 

 

 

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