ESPN: ACC Power Rankings for Week 5

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From Heather Dinich of ESPN:

Welcome back, Clemson and Georgia Tech. Two programs which had losing seasons last year are 4-0 and look capable of returning to the ACC championship game, where they met in 2009. The big game this weekend will be in Blacksburg, where Virginia Tech will host Clemson in a battle of two of the league’s three remaining undefeated teams. Much like the latest bowl predictions, there have been some major changes in the power ranking this week.

You’ve got a new leader, ACC fans:

1. Clemson (4-0, 1-0 ACC; Last week: No. 3): The Tigers’ offense has gotten most of the credit, but it was a key defensive play -- Rennie MooreRennie Moore
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’s sack on FSU quarterback Clint Trickett -- that helped seal the win for the Tigers on Saturday. Clemson has now defeated back-to-back ranked opponents, but will play its first road game of the season when it travels to Virginia Tech this weekend.

2. Georgia Tech (4-0, 1-0; LW: No. 5)
3. Virginia Tech (4-0, 0-0; LW: No. 2)
4. Florida State (2-2, 0-1; LW: No. 1)
5. North Carolina (3-1, 1-1; LW: No. 4)
6. Wake Forest (2-1, 1-0; LW: No. 8)
7. Miami (1-2, 0-1; LW: No. 6)
8. Maryland (1-2, 1-0; LW: No. 7)
9. Duke (2-2, 1-0; LW: No. 11)
10. Virginia (2-2, 0-1; LW: No. 10)
11. NC State (2-2, 0-1; LW: No. 9)
12. Boston College (1-3, 0-1; LW: No. 12)

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