Here's CBSSports.com Rapid Reports ACC power ranking:
1. Florida State (11-2): The Seminoles had some tense moments at the end of the ACC Championship Game, but they took care of business and will face MAC champion No. 16 Northern Illinois in the Orange Bowl. Last week's power ranking: 1. Next up: vs. Northern Illinois in the Discover Orange Bowl, Jan. 1, 8:30 p.m. ET, (ESPN).
2. Clemson (10-2): On paper, the Tigers have the most entertaining ACC bowl matchup. They'll get their third crack at an SEC foe this season. Last week's power ranking: 2. Next up: vs. LSU in the Chick-fil-A Bowl, Dec. 31, 7:30 p.m. ET, (ESPN).
3. Georgia Tech (6-7): The Yellow Jackets lost in the ACC Championship Game, but a near upset of Florida State vaulted them past the two teams they tied in the Coastal Division. They showed they belonged in the game and now face a tough Sun Bowl challenge. Last week's power ranking: 5. Next up: vs. USC in the Sun Bowl, Dec. 31, 2 p.m. ET, (CBS).
4. Miami (7-5): The Hurricanes had a minor win this past week by holding onto coach Al Golden, who has been rumored for several high-profile openings, including the Tennessee job. Of course, the Tennessee job hasn't been filled yet. Last week's power ranking: 3. Next up: Season complete.
5. North Carolina (8-4): Coach Larry Fedora's name has also come up in coaching-search rumors. With no bowl game to prepare for, all the Tar Heels can do is try to hold onto their coaching staff. Last week's power ranking: 4. Next up: Season complete.
6. NC State (7-5): The Wolfpack introduced new head coach Dave Doeren, who seems to have re-energized the fan base with one press conference. Former offensive coordinator Dana Bible will lead the team into its bowl matchup, then Doeren gets the keys. Last week's power ranking: 6. Next up: vs. Vanderbilt in the Music City Bowl, Dec. 31, noon ET, (ESPN).
7. Duke (6-6): The Blue Devils are headed to Charlotte for their first bowl game since the year many members of Duke's freshman class were born. The fact that their opponent was three games better than them in the regular season doesn't seem to matter. Last week's power ranking: 7. Next up: vs. Cincinnati in the Belk Bowl, Dec. 27, 6:30 p.m. ET, (ESPN).
8. Virginia Tech (6-6): The Hokies will go to their 20th straight bowl game. The 2003 Insight Bowl, played on Dec. 26, 2003, is the only time during that streak that they've played an earlier bowl game. Last week's power ranking: 8. Next up: vs. Rutgers in the Russell Athletic Bowl, Dec. 28, 5:30 p.m. ET, (ESPN).
9. Maryland (4-8): The Terrapins made it through the first week of the offseason without losing any players to injury. Now it's time to heal and rehab in a crowded training room. Last week's power ranking: 9. Next up: Season complete.
10. Wake Forest (5-7): Like many ACC teams that have completed their season, the Demon Deacons had a minor success last week by holding onto their coach. Jim Grobe was rumored to be on the verge of retiring, but no news was good news in Winston-Salem. Last week's power ranking: 10. Next up: Season complete.
11. Virginia (4-8): The Cavaliers cleaned house, getting rid of four assistant coaches on Sunday. QB Michael Rocco was also given a release and will transfer. Last week's power ranking: 11. Next up: Season complete.
12. Boston College (2-10): NC State completed its coaching search in less than a week, while the Eagles appear to still be in the starting gate as they look to replace Frank Spaziani. Last week's power ranking: 12. Next up: Season complete.
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