Tigers Picked Fourth in Preseason Poll

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2005 ACC Football pre-season poll

Note first place votes in paranthes

Atlantic Division
Rk Team		        pts
1. Florida State (65)	522
2. Boston College (24)  458
3. N.C. State	(2)	346
4  Clemson (1)		265
5. Maryland		222
6. Wake Forest	        119

Coastal Division
Rk Team		        pts
1. Virginia Tech (62)	517
2. Miami (29)		487
3. Virginia (1)		356
4. Georgia Tech	        281
5. North Carolina	197
6. Duke		         94

The 2005 ACC Pre-season All-ACC Football team

Voted on by the media that covers Atlantic Coast Conference Athletics

Position	Name			School
QB		Charlie Whitehurst	Clemson
RB		Chris Barclay		Wake Forest
RB		Leon Washington	        Florida State
WR		Calvin Johnson	        Georgia Tech
WR		Tramain Hall		N.C. State
TE		Jeff King		Virginia Tech
OL		D’Brick  Ferguson	Virginia
OL		Will Montgomery	        Virginia Tech
OL		Kyle Ralph		North Carolina
OL 		Steve Vallos		Wake Forest
OL 		Eric Winston		Miami

DL		Mathias Kiwanuka	Boston College	
DL		Manny Lawson	        NC State
DL		Darryl Tapp		Virginia Tech
DL		Mario Williams	        NC State
LB		Ahmad Brooks	        Virginia
LB		D’Qwell Jackson	        Maryland
LB		Ernie Sims		Florida State
DB		Tye Hill		Clemson
DB		Greg Threat		Miami
DB		Pat Watkins		Florida State
DB		Jimmy Williams	        Virginia Tech

PK		Connor Hughes	        Virginia
P		Ryan Placemeier	        Wake Forest
SP		Devin Hester		Miami

Mathias Kiwanuka			Boston College

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