ACC capsules

dshirley@macon.comNovember 27, 2013 

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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

Friday

Miami at Pittsburgh

Time/TV: 3:30 p.m./ABC.

Records: Miami 8-4, 4-3 ACC; Pittsburgh 6-5, 3-4.

Series record: Miami 22-9-1.

Last meeting: Miami won 31-3 in 2010.

Saturday

Florida State at Florida

Time/TV: Noon/ESPN.

Records: Florida State 11-0, Florida 4-7.

Series record: Florida 34-21-2.

Last meeting: Florida won 37-26 in 2012.

Duke at North Carolina

Time/TV: Noon/ESPN2.

Records: Duke 9-2, 5-2 ACC; North Carolina 6-5, 4-3.

Series record: North Carolina leads 58-36-4.

Last meeting: Duke won 33-30 in 2012.

Wake Forest at Vanderbilt

Time/TV: 12:21 p.m./WGXA-FOX.

Records: Wake Forest 4-7, Vanderbilt 7-4.

Series record: Vanderbilt lead 9-6.

Last meeting: Vanderbilt won 55-21 in 2012.

Maryland at N.C. State

Time/TV: 12:30 p.m./WPGA.

Records: Maryland 6-5, 2-5; N.C. State 3-8, 0-7.

Series record: N.C. State leads 33-32-4.

Last meeting: Maryland won 20-18 in 2012.

Virginia Tech at Virginia

Time/TV: 3:30 p.m./ESPNU.

Records: Virginia Tech 7-4, 4-3; Virginia 2-9, 0-7.

Series record: Virginia Tech lead 52-37-5.

Last meeting: Virginia Tech won 17-14.

Georgia at Georgia Tech

Time/TV: 3:30 p.m./ABC.

Records: Georgia 7-4, Georgia Tech 7-4.

Series record: Georgia leads 63-39-5.

Last meeting: Georgia won 42-10 in 2012.

Boston College at Syracuse

Time/TV: 3:30 p.m./Fox Sports South.

Records: 7-4, 3-4; Syracuse 5-6, 3-4.

Series record: Syracuse leads 28-18.

Last meeting: Boston College won 16-7 in 2010.

Clemson at South Carolina

Time/TV: 7 p.m./ESPN2.

Records: Clemson 10-1, South Carolina 9-2.

Series record: Clemson leads 65-41-4.

Last meeting: South Carolina won 27-17 in 2012.

 

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