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2012 ACC Football Standings: Maryland, Virginia, Va. Tech near bottom of divisions

US PRESSWIRE

The Maryland Terrapins finished the 2012 regular season with the second worst record in the ACC's Atlantic Division finishing with a conference record of 2-5 and an overall record of 4-7.

Battling a slew of injuries throughout the year, Maryland finished the year with a six-game losing streak that started on homecoming night at the end of October. All six loses came against conference opponents. Maryland's final victory of the year came against Virginia in Charlottesville on Oct. 13.

Virginia finished the year in last place in the Coastal Division registering a conference record of 2-5 and an overall record of 4-7. The team ended the year on a two-game losing streak with loses against North Carolina and Virginia Tech.

Tech finished just above Virginia in the Coastal Division ending the year at 3-4 in the Conference and 5-6 overall.


Atlantic Coast Conference Standings

(updated 11.24.2012 at 2:42 AM EST)

Atlantic Division Conf Overall
W L W L
Clemson Tigers 7 1 10 1
Florida St. Seminoles 7 1 10 1
N.C. State Wolfpack 3 4 6 5
Wake Forest Demon Deacons 3 5 5 6
Maryland Terrapins 2 5 4 7
Boston College Eagles 1 6 2 9
Coastal Division Conf Overall
W L W L
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 5 3 6 5
North Carolina Tar Heels 4 3 7 4
Miami Hurricanes 4 3 6 5
Duke Blue Devils 3 4 6 5
Virginia Tech Hokies 3 4 5 6
Virginia Cavaliers 2 5 4 7