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2012 ACC Football Standings: Florida State, Miami remain division leaders

After Week 5 of the college football season, No. 3-ranked Florida State and Miami lead its divisions in the ACC standings.

Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The fifth week of the college football season is in the books, and already the Atlantic Coast Conference standings are taking shape. Currently, the No. 3-ranked Florida St. Seminoles (5-0) are atop the ACC's Atlantic Division with a 2-0 conference record, while the Miami Hurricanes (4-1) lead the Coastal Division at 3-0.

On Saturday, the Seminoles kept their record unblemished with a non-conference victory, 30-17, against the South Florida Bulls. The Hurricanes earned an ACC victory as they defeated the N.C. State Wolfpack, 44-37.

Other ACC squads earning league wins were the No. 15-ranked Clemson Tigers (4-1, 1-1 ACC), who downed the Boston College Eagles, 45-31, and the Duke Blue Devils (4-1, 1-0), who downed the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, 34-27.

After all the games, here's what the ACC standings will look like entering Week 6.

Atlantic Division (ACC, overall)

Florida State (2-0, 5-0)

Clemson (1-1, 4-1)

Wake Forest (1-2, 3-2)

Maryland (0-0, 2-2)

N.C. State (0-1, 3-2)

Boston College (0-2, 1-3)

Coastal Division (ACC, overall)

Miami (3-0, 4-1)

Duke (1-0, 4-1)

Virginia Tech (1-0, 3-2)

Georgia Tech (0-1, 2-3)

North Carolina (0-1, 3-2)

Virginia (0-1, 2-3)