Boston College Picked To Finish Third In Atlantic In Preseason Poll

We'll have more thoughts and reactions on this tomorrow, but here are the results from the Atlantic Coast Conference’s official 2010 preseason poll. It's July, so that means that Florida State, coming off a 7-6 season, is once again the media darling of the Atlantic Division. Boston College finished third behind Florida State and Clemson, though the Eagles did pick up 2 votes to win the conference (tied for 5th with North Carolina).

The full results below:

Atlantic Division

1. Florida State (78) 565
2. Clemson (16) 479
3. Boston College (4) 389
4. N.C. State 283
5. Wake Forest 203
6. Maryland 139

Coastal Division

1. Virginia Tech (62) 532
2. Miami (20) 444
3. Georgia Tech (11) 408
4. North Carolina (5) 379
5. Duke 169
6. Virginia 126

ACC Championship Votes

1. Virginia Tech 50
2. Florida State 26
3. Miami 10
4. Georgia Tech 8
5. Boston College, North Carolina 2

ACC Player of the Year

1. Christian Ponder (FSU) 45
2. Ryan Williams (VT) 16
3. Tyrod Taylor (VT) 11
4. Russell Wilson (NCSU), Robert Quinn (UNC) 6
6. Josh Nesbitt (GT) 4
7. Kyle Parker (CU) 3
8. Mark Herzlich (BC), Jacory Harris (UM) 2
10. Montel Harris (BC), Darren Evans (VT), Bruce Carter (UNC) 1

ACC Championship Game Predictions

1. Virginia Tech over Florida State 35
2. Virginia Tech over Clemson 13
3. Florida State over Virginia Tech 11
4. Florida State over Miami 10
5. Miami over Florida State 9
6. Georgia Tech over Florida State 7
7. Florida State over North Carolina 3
8. Virginia Tech over Boston College, Florida State over Georgia Tech 2
10. Six tied with 1 vote, including BC over Georgia Tech and BC over Virginia Tech

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