ACC Football Schedule, Week 2: Frank Beamer Wins 200th Career Game For Virginia Tech

No. 11 Virginia Tech survived a scare from East Carolina to give Frank Beamer his 200th win at the school.

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ACC Football Scores, Week 2: Boston College Blown Out By Central Florida

Boston College was competitive in their season-opening loss to Northwestern. They were not competitive at all in their second loss of the season. The Eagles, playing without Montel Harris, were blown out in the fourth quarter by Central Florida, losing 30-3. Here are your late Week 2 ACC football scores.

Central Florida 30, Boston College 3: This game was 9-3 going into the fourth quarter, but then Central Florida scored three times to put the game away. Boston College is now 0-2. For more on the game, visit SB Nation Boston.

No. 5 Florida State 62, Charleston Southern 10: An entirely predictable result.

Virginia 34, Indiana 31: The Hoosiers rallied in the fourth quarter of this game and took an eight-point lead, but Virginia tied it late, then got a turnover to set up a game-winning field goal for the win. Big-time win for Mike London's team.

Georgia Tech 49, Middle Tennessee 21: Another entirely predictable result.

For a full list of ACC football scores, visit this StoryStream.


ACC Football Scores: Frank Beamer Wins 200th Game As Virginia Tech Edges East Carolina

It wasn't pretty, but Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer has his 200th career victory. Beamer's No. 11-ranked Hokies had a major battle against East Carolina, but got a fourth-quarter touchdown to hold on for a 17-10 victory in Greendale, N.C. That was the headliner among the early ACC football scores on Saturday.

The game was tied at 10 entering the fourth quarter before Virginia Tech chewed up the block on a 13-play, 89-yard drive that took nearly seven minutes. Josh Oglesby eventually ran it in for a 10-yard touchdown to give the Hokies the lead. East Carolina had two chances after that and even had a sure first down on second and 18 on the final drive that would have put them into Hokies territory, but the wide receiver dropped the ball and the game ended.

Here are your other early ACC scores:

  • North Carolina 24, Rutgers 22: It wasn't pretty, but the Tar Heels move to 2-0 after Rutgers turned it over on downs at their own 42 with two and a half minutes remaining.
  • Wake Forest 34, North Carolina State 27: After losing a heartbreaker against Syracuse last week, Wake Forest held on to a big lead this time. They led by as many as 21 points, but needed to stop North Carolina State on downs at the Wake Forest 38-yard line with 1:40 left.
  • Clemson 35, Wofford 27: What looked like a walkover turned into a massive scare, as Clemson trailed Wofford for much of the game before finally pulling away for the win in the fourth quarter.
  • No. 6 Stanford 44, Duke 14: Only 290 yards and four touchdowns for Andrew Luck. Pshhh.

Week 2 ACC Football Schedule: Andrew Luck, Stanford Rolls Into Durham To Face Duke

Maryland is off this week, but there are plenty of ways to get your ACC football fix.

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