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Florida State (4-0 in ACC play) plays at North Carolina State and hosts North Carolina and Clemson before it concludes its ACC schedule at Byrd.
Maryland (2-1 in ACC play) plays Wake Forest at home and Miami and Virginia on the road before FSU.
The ACC is known more for getting down the floor than banging underneath.
A loss to the Blue Devils in ACC play is usually either considered a huge fluke, or a sign that your football program is in serious trouble.
Regardless, 2-3 and 0-2 in the ACC is not where Clemson expected to be.
At first look, ACC is about a sweet, but dim sasquatch-like creature.
They also had a winning record in ACC play for a third consecutive year, the first time they have ever managed to do that.
The 'Pack shot only 40 percent in ACC games in the regular season, a league worst, while allowing opponents to shoot 45.1 percent.
They averaged three more turnovers a game than their opponents in ACC play, which contributed heavily to the 5-11 conference record.
At 2-4 (0-3 in ACC play), has Virginia reached the point where that no longer is a strong enough selling point to justify keeping Verica as the starter?