ACC Football Scores: Clemson Tops Florida State, Miami Loses A Heartbreaker

There were a couple huge conference games on the ACC football slate this Saturday.

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College Football Scores: Clemson Outlasts Florida State, Miami Falls To Kansas State

It was a wild afternoon of ACC action on Saturday, as several games went down to the wire. Most notably, No. 21 Clemson moved to 4-0, and Miami suffered an absolute heartbreaking loss at home to Kansas State. Here are your college football scores for the ACC.

No. 21 Clemson 35, No. 11 Florida State 30: The Tigers had a 35-23 lead in this game and were close to blowing it. They allowed Florida State to cut the lead to five, then gave the Seminoles the ball back after going for it on fourth and 1 inside FSU territory. However, the Seminoles couldn't convert, and a Clemson sack ended the game. Clemson is now 4-0 heading into next weekend's showdown in Blacksburg. For more on the game, Clemson fans should visit Shakin' The Southland. For more on Florida State, visit Tomahawk Nation.

No. 13 Virginia Tech 30, Marshall 10: The easy part of the Hokies' schedule is over. Now, it's Clemson time. For more on the Hokies, visit Gobbler Country.

Kansas State 28, Miami 24: A painful loss for Miami, who had first and goal from the Wildcats' two-yard line in the final minute and could not convert. Miami is now 1-2, with losses to Maryland and Kansas State. For more on Miami, visit 7th Floor Blog. For more on Kansas State, visit Bring on the Cats and SB Nation Kansas City.

Southern Mississippi 30, Virginia 24: A bad loss for Mike London's squad, who saw its comeback hopes dashed by a dropped pass on fourth down. For more on Virginia, visit Streaking the Lawn.

Duke 48, Tulane 27: Whatever.

For more ACC football scores, visit this StoryStream.

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Week 4 College Football Scores: Georgia Tech Tops North Carolina In ACC Action

This week's college football schedule features a number of big ACC games, and Georgia Tech took the first big conference matchup with a 35-28 win over North Carolina. Clemson and Florida State are now under way from South Carolina. Here are your ACC football scores.

North Carolina 28, No. 25 Georgia Tech 35: Both teams came into the game undefeated and the talent of both squads showed. A game with a lot of big plays and more than 600 yards of total offense will likely result with the Yellow Jackets moving up the national rankings. For more on Georgia Tech, visit From the Rumble Seat and SB Nation AtlantaFor more on North Carolina, visit Carolina March.

Temple 38, Maryland 7: Maryland got crushed at home by Temple 38-7. There were very few poisitives for the Terps to take from the game, but plenty for a strong and physical Temple team. For more on this game, visit this StoryStream.

UMass 17, Boston College 35: Boston College collected its first victory of the year against state rival UMass. BC quarterback Chase Rettig paced the Eagles with 201 yards in the air and three touchdowns. For more on Boston College, visit BC Interruption and SB Nation Boston.

For a complete Week 4 ACC football schedule, click here.

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College Football Schedule: Florida State Vs. Clemson Highlights ACC Slate

A couple huge conference games highlight the ACC football slate for this Saturday.

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