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ACC Power Rankings: Final

Final
  1. Georgia Tech (9-3, 5-3 ACC)
  2. Virginia Tech (9-4, 5-3)
  3. Florida State (8-4, 5-3)
  4. Boston College (9-4, 5-3)
  5. NC State (6-6, 4-4)
  6. Clemson (7-5, 4-4)
  7. North Carolina (8-4, 4-4)
  8. Miami (7-5, 4-4)
  9. Maryland (7-5, 4-4)
  10. Wake Forest (7-5, 4-4)
  11. Virginia (5-7, 3-5)
  12. Duke (4-8, 1-7)

Notes

Here is our final version of this year's Power Rankings, which is eerily not too dissimilar to HD's. So it goes. We most likely won't have another power ranking after the bowls because the bowls, after all, are pretty much glorified scrimmages.

With their loss, we drop the Eagles from 2nd to 4th and swap in Virginia Tech. We still think Georgia Tech is the most dangerous team in the conference.

Here is the ACC Football Report's Out of Conference Report after the conclusion of the regular season.

Boston College was HD's biggest surprise of 2008.

Although BC fell out of both major polls, the bloggers though enough of the Eagles 9-4 regular season to keep them at #24 in the next to last blogpoll.


ACC Bowl Schedule

December 20 - Eagle Bank Bowl - Wake Forest vs. Navy
December 27 - Meineke Car Care Bowl - West Virginia vs. North Carolina
December 27 - Champs Sports Bowl - Florida State vs. Wisconsin
December 27 - Emerald Bowl - Miami (Fla.) vs. California
December 29 - Papajohns.com Bowl - NC State vs. Rutgers
December 29 - Roady's Humanitarian Bowl - Maryland vs. Nevada
December 31 - Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl - Boston College vs. Vanderbilt
December 31 - Chick-Fil-A Bowl - LSU vs. Georgia Tech
January 1 - Konica Minolta Gator Bowl - Nebraska vs. Clemson
January 1 - FedEx Orange Bowl - Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech