|After two cupcake games, coach Jimbo Fisher leads Florida State into the ACC conference schedule. (Getty Images)|
Here's CBSSports.com Rapid Reports ACC power ranking:
1. Florida State (2-0): Beating Murray State and Savannah State by a combined 124-3 score told us very little about how good the Seminoles really are. If they continue to score a point a minute against Wake Forest, then it'll be time to get excited. Last week's power ranking: 1. Next up: vs. Wake Forest, Saturday, 12 p.m. ET (ESPN).
3. Virginia Tech (2-0): The Hokies avoided a letdown in a short week, blowing out Austin Peay 42-7 Saturday, after beating Georgia Tech on Monday. Last week's power ranking: 3. Next up: at Pittsburgh, Saturday, 12 p.m. ET (ESPNU).
4. Georgia Tech (1-1): The Yellow Jackets became the last ACC team to post a win, 59-3 over Presbyterian. After the breather last week, they're back into their conference schedule this week Last week's power ranking: 4. Next up: vs. Virginia, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET (ESPNU).
5. Virginia (2-0): The Cavaliers took advantage of some sloppy Penn State kicking to escape with a 17-16 home win. They face a much stiffer test with this week's trip to Atlanta. Last week's power ranking: 6. Next up: at Georgia Tech, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET (ESPNU).
6. Wake Forest (2-0): No team improved more than Wake from game one to game two. Coach Jim Grobe will try to follow up the 28-27 win over North Carolina by bringing the Seminoles back down to earth. Last week's power ranking: 11. Next up: at Florida State, Saturday, 12 p.m. ET (ESPN).
7. NC State (1-1): CB David Amerson recovered from his bad game against Tennessee, getting his first interception of the year in the 10-7 win at Connecticut. Now QB Mike Glennon and the offensive line need to bounce back. Last week's power ranking: 9. Next up: vs. South Alabama, Saturday, 6 p.m. ET (ESPN3).
8. Boston College (1-1): The Eagles gave Miami all they wanted in the opener and rolled over Maine 34-3 in Week 2. A trip to Northwestern is a good test for this improving team. Last week's power ranking: 10. Next up: at Northwestern, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET (Big 10 Network).
9. North Carolina (1-1): The offense missed the big-play ability of RB Giovani Bernard, and the defense looked baffled at times in the loss to Wake Forest. The Tar Heels can't go to a bowl, and now they won't go undefeated. It will be interesting to see how they respond in a tough non-conference road game this week. Last week's power ranking: 5. Next up: at Louisville, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET (ABC/ESPN2).
10. Maryland (2-0): The Terrapins beat Temple 36-27 to go 2-0, a remarkable achievement considering the true freshmen playing major roles on their offense. Last week's power ranking: 12. Next up: vs. Connecticut, Saturday, 12:30 p.m. ET (ACC Network).
11. Duke (1-1): The Blue Devils' 50-13 loss to Stanford put a pin in the optimism created by their season-opening win over Florida International. They should get back on the winning side this week. Last week's power ranking: 8. Next up: vs. NC Central, Saturday, 7 p.m. ET (ESPN3).
12. Miami (1-1): The Hurricanes fell behind early for the second week in a row, but, unlike Boston College, Kansas State didn't let them back into the game. Last week's power ranking: 7. Next up: vs. Bethune-Cookman, Saturday, 12 p.m. ET (ESPN3).
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