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2012 ACC Football Standings: Maryland tied for 4th in Atlantic Division

The Maryland Terrapins are tied for fourth in the ACC's Atlantic Division. The Florida State Seminoles and Clemson Tigers are tied atop the Atlantic, while the Miami Hurricanes lead the Coastal Division.

Rob Carr

The Maryland Terrapins are tied for fourth with the North Carolina State Wolfpack in the ACC's Atlantic Division. The Terrapins fell to 2-3 in conference play after getting destroyed 33-13 by Georgia Tech on Saturday. Due to numerous injuries, the Terrapins were forced to start linebacker Shawn Petty at quarterback.

The Florida State Seminoles and Clemson Tigers sit atop of the Atlantic Division with identical conference records of 5-1 and overall records of 8-1. However, the Seminoles have the upper hand, as they defeated the Tigers 49-37 back on Sept. 22. The Seminoles are ranked No. 13 in the latest BCS standings, while the Tigers are No. 13.

Over in the Coastal Division, the Miami Hurricanes hold a ½-game lead over the North Carolina Tar Heels. The Hurricanes hold a 4-2 conference record, while the Tar Heels sit at 3-2. The Tar Heels defeated the Hurricanes 18-14 on Oct. 13.

Here are the full standings:


Atlantic Coast Conference Standings

Atlantic Division Conf Overall
W L W L
Florida St. Seminoles 5 1 8 1
Clemson Tigers 5 1 8 1
Wake Forest Demon Deacons 3 4 5 4
North Carolina St. Wolfpack 2 3 5 4
Maryland Terrapins 2 3 4 5
Boston College Eagles 1 5 2 7
Coastal Division Conf Overall
W L W L
Miami Hurricanes 4 2 5 4
North Carolina Tar Heels 3 2 6 3
Duke Blue Devils 3 3 6 4
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 3 3 4 5
Virginia Tech Hokies 2 3 4 5
Virginia Cavaliers 1 4 3 6