|Look closely. This will be the last time you see North Carolina RB Gio Bernard this season. (US Presswire)|
Half of the teams in the ACC received bowl bids Sunday night, which means that other half of the league is done for the year. Four of the six teams were left out, because they didn't win the required six games. Two -- North Carolina and Miami -- are serving self-imposed bowl bans.
That means there are several talented players who will miss out on a bowl-game showcase, including the league's leading rusher, the top two receivers in catches per game, and the entire linebacking corps of CBSSports.com's All-ACC team.
Here is CBSSports.com's ACC No Bowl team -- an all-star team of players who will be home for the holidays:
TE -- Eric Ebron, North Carolina (40 catches, 625 yards, 4 TD)
OL -- James Hurst, North Carolina
OL -- Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina
OL -- Emmett Cleary, Boston College
C -- Garrick Williams, Wake Forest
DE -- Kareem Martin, North Carolina
DT -- Nikita Whitlock, Wake Forest
DT -- Sylvester Williams, North Carolina
LB -- Kevin Reddick, North Carolina
LB -- Steve Greer, Virginia
LB -- Demetrius Hartsfield, Maryland
DB -- Tre Boston, North Carolina
DB -- Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest
DB -- Demetrious Nicholson, Virginia
DB -- A.J. Marshall, Wake Forest
P -- Tommy Hibbard, North Carolina
K -- Casey Barth, North Carolina
KR -- Duke Johnson, Miami: Since he's already on the team as a RB, this spot on the roster goes to Spiffy Evans, Boston College.
PR-- Gio Bernard, North Carolina: Since he's already on the squad as a RB, this roster spot goes to Phillip Dorsett, Miami
AP -- Stefon Diggs, Maryland
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