The final weekend of the ACC regular season features four games against SEC opponents. Florida State and Clemson are favored in their games while Georgia Tech and Wake Forest are both double-digit underdogs. If the league goes 3-1 in those matchups, that would be a nice step in the right direction for the ACC.
Here is how we rank the ACC games this weekend:
1. No. 6 Florida at No. 10 Florida State, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET (ABC) -- The Seminoles have not been able to move their way back up the polls after their loss to NC State back in early October. Florida State has won two in a row in the series by a combined score of 52-14.
2. No. 13 South Carolina at No. 11 Clemson, Saturday, 7 p.m. ET (ESPN) -- Clemson needs a win Saturday to keep its at-large BCS hopes alive. The Tigers are No. 6 in total offense (535.6 yards per game), and the Gamecocks are No. 13 in total defense (310.8 ypg).
4. Vanderbilt at Wake Forest, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET (ESPNU) -- The Demon Deacons need to win this game to get to six wins and bowl eligibility. Vanderbilt has won five in a row and defeated Wake Forest 41-7 last year.
5. Virginia at Virginia Tech, Saturday, 12 p.m. ET (ESPNU) -- Virginia Tech will put two streaks on the line Saturday. The Hokies need a win to make it back to a bowl game for the 20th straight season and have not lost to in-state rival Virginia since 2003.
6. Miami at Duke, Saturday, 12:30 p.m. ET (ACC Network/ESPN3) -- This game would have been near the top of the list before Miami self-imposed a postseason ban for the second year in a row. Now, it will just be the last chance for ACC fans to see Miami RB Duke Johnson until next season.
7. Boston College at NC State, Saturday, 3 p.m. ET (ESPN3) -- There isn't much on the line Saturday, but this could very well be the last time coach Frank Spaziani roams the sidelines at Boston College. Spaziani faces longtime friend and former boss in NC State coach Tom O'Brien.
8. Maryland at North Carolina, Saturday, 3 p.m. ET (RSN) -- This game features the top two players in the league in all-purpose yardage -- North Carolina RB Giovani Bernard (197.1 yard per game) and Maryland WR Stefon Diggs (164.8 ypg).
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