ACC Early Game Scores: Miami Hangs On, Florida State Rolls

Miami 3-3 (1-2) hangs on against UNC 5-2 (1-2), 30-24: The Hurricanes got off to a quick start, leading a sluggish North Carolina team 27-10 at halftime. In the second half however, the Tar Heels offense got going and scored 14 late in the fourth quarter, including recovering an on-side kick. The U held on however, getting their record to .500. For more on Miami, visit The 7th Floor blog. For more on UNC, visit Carolina March.

Florida State 3-3 (1-2) rolls Duke 3-3 (1-1), 41-16: The Seminoles got back on track and beat Duke like they should beat Duke, in blow out fashion. E.J. Manuel looked perfectly healthy throwing for 239 yards and two touchdown, and the 'Noles were actually able to run the football to a tune of 239 yards.  For more on Florida State, visit Tomahawk Nation.

Virginia 4-2 (1-1) pulls off the upset of No. 12 Georgia Tech 6-1 (3-1), 24-21: Virginia pulled off the upset against undefeated Georgia Tech and opened up the Coastal division. Virginia jumped out to an early 14-0 lead, which forced Tech to play catch up. The Yellow Jackets were able to rush for 272 yards, but their typical big rushing plays were limited to just a grind out it rushing attack. For more on Georgia Tech, visit From the Rumble Seat and SB Nation Atlanta. For more on Virginia, visit Streaking the Lawn.

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