ACC Stats, Standings, and Game Previews


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GREENSBORO, NC -- ACC posts 4-1 mark in non-league play; Florida State No. 2, Clemson No. 16
in latest polls, 3 conference tilts highlight six-game schedule for week No. 4


GAME PREVIEWS


Maryland (1-0)

at West Virginia (1-0)

12:00 p.m., ESPN2

Mountaineer Field (63,500)


THE GAME: Maryland's Terrapins will be gunning for win No. 2 of the young season when they visit Big East foe West Virginia in a nationally-televised affair on ESPN2 ... the two teams have split the last six meetings with the Terps posting a 33-0 victory last year in College Park ... the Mountaineers lead the overall series 18-17-2, including a 9-8-1 edge in games played at home; Maryland's last win at West Virginia was a 24-13 win in 1994.

THE COACHES: Ron Vanderlinden is 11-23 in his first three seasons in College Park ... Don Nehlen is 143-88-4 in 21 seasons at West Virginia and 196-123-8 in 30 years overall.

GAME NOTES: Maryland pre-season All-America TB LaMont Jordan rushed for 62 yards against Temple and moved into 17th place on the ACC's career rushing list with 3,289 yards; ... only 29 yards shy of breaking the Terps' career rushing record (3,317 by Charlie Wysocki, 1978-81) ... Jordan needs 1,314 yards to establish a new ACC career rushing standard (4,602 by Ted Brown, NC State, 1975-78); only fourth ACC runner ever to surpass 3,000 career yards in his junior season ... sophomore Calvin McCall and junior Shaun Hill shared quarterback duties against Temple; McCall completed 4-of-10 passes for 92 yards ... Hill started the game, completing 7-of-13 passes for 62 yards and rushing for 38 yards on six carries, but suffered a sprained shoulder and did not play in the second half ... Lou Groza Award candidate Brian Kopka has made 35 of 51 career field goal attempts (.686) and is sixth among Maryland career scoring leaders with 173 points ... Terp defense registered six QB sacks against Temple, including two by LB Aaron Thompson ... Maryland's Brooks Barnard leads the nation in punting with a 53.8 yards per kick average while the Mountaineer's Mark Fazzolari is third at 46.4 ... West Virginia opened the season with a 34-14 victory over Boston College on Sept. 2 ... Nehlen is sixth among active head coaches in career wins with 196.



Wake Forest (0-2, 0-1)

at No. 16 Clemson (2-0, 0-0)

1:00 p.m.

Memorial Stadium (81,474)



THE GAME: 16th-ranked Clemson opens its 2000 conference slate when its hosts a Wake Forest team looking for its first win of the season in the 66th meeting between these two long-time rivals ... the Tigers have held the upper hand in this long-time series owning a 50-14-1 edge since the first meeting in 1933 ... Clemson has won 20 of the last 23 meetings ... Wake Forest has won in Death Valley just twice since 1961, with both of those wins coming under current Deacon coach Jim Caldwell in 1993 and 1998 ... overall the Tigers are 29-7 against the Deacons at home.

THE COACHES: Jim Caldwell is 24-56 in eight seasons at Wake Forest ... Tommy Bowden is 26-10 in four seasons overall, with an 8-6 mark in two years at Clemson.

GAME NOTES: Wake Forest is fourth in the ACC in total defense (352.5) and has allowed only 2.8 yards per rushing attempt through the first two games ... sophomore QB C.J. Leak is seventh in the ACC in total offense (119.5) ... junior John Stone leads the ACC and is 10th nationally in kickoff returns (30.7) ... the Deacs list only nine seniors on their two-deep chart ... a year ago, WF defeated two of the three ranked opponents it played - #25 NC State 31-7 and #14 Georgia Tech 26-23 ... Clemson has scored 100 points in its first two games without having a 100-yard rusher, a 100-yard receiver or a 200-yard quarterback ... Tiger QB Woodrow Dantzler leads the ACC and is third nationally in passing efficiency, completing 28 of 36 passes for 380 yards and five TDs ... over his last four games, Dantzler has completed 55-of-86 passes (.639) for 814 yards and nine TDs while throwing only one interception ... over those four games, Dantzler is averaging 265.0 yards per game in total offense ... the 62-9 win over Missouri was the most points scored by the Tigers since an 82-24 win over Wake Forest back on October 31, 1981 ... TB Travis Zachery is third in the ACC in rushing (76.5) and first in scoring (15.0); over his last five games, Zachery has scored 14 touch-downs, including 13 rushing TDs on only 82 carries (1 TD every 6.3 carries) ... senior WR Rod Gardner is fifth in the ACC in receptions (5.0) and third in receiving yards (81.0); is sixth among Tiger career receiving yardage leaders with 1,610 yards; also sixth in career receptions with 118.



North Carolina (2-0, 1-0)

at No. 2 Florida State (2-0, 1-0)

3:30 p.m., ABC

Doak Campbell Stadium (80,000)



THE GAME: Second-ranked Florida State will bring its 14-game winning streak into Doak Campbell Stadium hosting a North Carolina club that has the ACC's second-longest winning streak at four in a row, including season-opening wins over Tulsa and Wake Forest ... the Seminoles have won the last eight series' meetings and lead the series 10-0-1 ... FSU is 4-0-1 against UNC in Doak Campbell.

THE COACHES: Carl Torbush is 16-21 in four seasons overall as a head coach and 13-13 in three years with the Tar Heels ... Bobby Bowden is 233-53-4 in 25 years at FSU and 306-65-4 in 35 seasons overall.

GAME NOTES: UNC leads the nation in rushing defense (8.5 yards per game) and is seventh in the nation in total defense (195.7) while FSU is seventh nationally in rushing defense (38.5)... UNC's Bosley Allen leads the ACC and ninth in the nation in punt returns (20.3); is averaging 24.4 yards per catch on five receptions and 20.3 on 10 punt returns ... UNC QB Ronald Curry is second in the ACC, and 10th nationally, in passing efficiency (164.8); fifth in the ACC in total offense (193.0) ... over its last five games, the Tar Heels have allowed only 236.6 yards and9.6 points per game ... Senior QB Chris Weinke completed 25 of 38 passes for a career-high 443 yards and two TDs in Saturday's 26-21 win over Georgia Tech; fourth nationally in total offense (372.0) and 19th in passing efficiency (152.4) ... Weinke has thrown for 200 yards or more in 13 straight regular season games and in 22 of his 23 career starts; is 12th on the ACC career passing yardage list (6,433), 16th in total offense (6,147) and tied for sixth with 50 career TD passes ... Marvin Minnis leads the ACC and is fifth nationally in receptions (15-for-207) ... UNC leads the ACC in QB sacks with 11, including eight against Wake Forest Saturday, while FSU is second with 10 ... senior TB Travis Minor leads the Seminoles in rushing with 78 yards and one TD in 32 carries ... in their last five meetings, Florida State has limited the Tar Heels to 9.6 points and 202.6 yards per game.



Navy (0-1)

at Georgia Tech (1-1, 0-1)

3:30 p.m.

Bobby Dodd Stadium (46,000)



THE GAME: Georgia Tech's Yellow Jackets will host their third-straight home game in Bobby Dodd Stadium to open the season and will be looking to get back into the win column follow-ing Saturday's loss to second-ranked Florida State against a Navy team that stands 0-1 on the young season ... Navy has won five of the last seven meetings but still trails in the series 14-9 ... Tech rolled up 27 first downs and 507 yards in total offense in last year's 49-14 victory in Annapolis ... the Yellow Jackets are 9-4 against the Midshipmen in Bobby Dodd Stadium.

THE COACHES: Charlie Weatherbie is 29-29-0 in seven years at Navy and 44-48 in 10 seasons overall ... George O'Leary is 37-26 in six seasons with the Yellow Jackets.

GAME NOTES: Tech has proven to be tough against the run, allowing only 81 yards in the first two games ... the Jackets are ranked eighth nationally against the run (49.5); a year they finished 89th allowing 183.2 yards rushing per contest ... junior QB Bill Godsey completed 13 straight passes against Florida State Saturday and on the year has passed for 378 yards and four TDs ... in the fourth quarter of the first two games against CFU and FSU, Godsey has competed 20 of 25 passes for 220 yards and three TDs ... against FSU, sophomore QB Jermaine Crenshaw completed four of five passes for 30 yards and ran for an additional 36 yards on nine attempts ... Tech is 10th nationally in net punting (43.5) ... since the first game of the 1997 season, Tech punters have combined to average 44.2 yards per kick.




Virginia (1-1, 0-0)

at Duke (0-2, 0-0)

6:00 p.m.

Wallace Wade Stadium (33,941)



THE GAME: Virginia and Duke open their respective conference schedules Saturday under the lights of Wallace Wade Stadium in the 52nd renewal of a series that started back in 1890 ... the Blue Devils posted a 24-17 overtime victory a year ago in Charlottesville and leads the series by a 27-24 margin, however the Cavaliers have won nine of the last 11 meetings ... Virginia has outscored the Blue Devils 333-126 over the last 10 games.

THE COACHES: George Welsh is 184-127-4 in 28 seasons, including a 129-81-3 in 19 years with the Cavaliers ... Duke's Carl Franks is 3-10 in his second season at Duke.

GAME NOTES: Virginia's Antwoine Womack is second in the ACC in rushing (92.5) and is tied with Clemson's Travis Zachery for the lead in rushing touchdowns with four ... over his last four games, senior QB Dan Elis has completed 69 of 104 passes (.663) for 1,221 yards (305.3 pg) and 12 TDs; has thrown for over 200 yards in four straight games and seven times in his career ... UVa's Mike Abrams is eighth nationally in punting (45.3) while Duke's Brian Morton (44.7) is 13th ... Duke QB Spencer Romine is ninth on the school's pass completion list (242) and is 10th in passing yardage (3,105); needs just 66 yards to move past Scotty Glacken (1963-65) who is ninth with 3,170 yards ... Duke's Chris Douglas leads all ACC freshmen and is seventh in the league in all-purpose yardage (123.5) ... Virginia is third in the ACC in kickoff returns (24.2) while Duke is fourth (24.0) ... in the last 16 meetings between the two teams, Virginia has averaged 214.1 yards rushing and 222.8 yards passing per game ... the Cavaliers are 15-31 in ACC openers.


SMU (1-1)

at NC State (2-0, 0-0)

7:00 p.m.

Carter-Finley Stadium (51,500)



THE GAME: The undefeated Wolfpack close out their 2000 non-conference schedule when they return home to Carter-Finley Stadium to take on a SMU club that stands at 1-1 on the season with a victory over Kansas (31-17) and a loss to UTEP (37-20) ... the Mustangs won the series' only previous meeting, 35-14, in1968.

THE COACHES: Mike Cavan is 16-19 in four years at SMU and 83-68-2 in 15 seasons overall ...Chuck Amato is 2-0 in his first season as a head coach.

GAME NOTES: With its 41-38 win over Indiana Saturday, NC State improved its all-time record to 469-468-55, including a 104-102-6 in non-ACC games since joining the league in 1953 ... NC State QB Philip Rivers, the first true freshman in Wolfpack history to start at QB in the season opener, leads the nation in total offense, averaging 395.5 yards per game ... Rivers also leads the ACC in pass completions (60), yards passing (798) and touchdown passes (8) ... Ray Robinson leads the ACC and is 33rd nationally in rushing, averaging 102.0 yards per game and is 13th among NCS career rushing leaders with 1,464 yards; has five 100-yard games in his career ... NC State sophomore wide receiver Koren Robinson, the 1999 ACC Rookie of the Year, had seven catches for 112 yards against Indiana, marking the seventh time in his last eight games (and eighth time overall) that he has reached the century mark in receiving yardage ... Robinson is already 14th on State's all-time receiving yardage list with 1,080 yards ... the Wolfpack lead the ACC and are third nationally in total offense (506.5).


WEEK NO. 3 IN REVIEW

Freshman Philip Rivers tossed three of his five touchdown passes in the fourth quarter, including a 47-yarder to Koren Robinson with 54 seconds left to play as NC State rallied from a 15-point deficit to post a 41-38 win at Indiana ... senior quarterback Dan Ellis completed 19-of-28 passes for 299 yards and scored a TD as Virginia defeated in-state foe Richmond 34-6 ... Damie Anderson ran for 187 yards and two TDs and Zak Kustok threw for 197 yards and another two scores as Northwestern downed Duke 38-5 ... Travis Zachery scored three touchdowns and Woodrow Dantzler passed for two TDs and ran for another as Clemson routed visiting Missouri 62-9 ... LaMont Jordan ran for two touchdowns and Brian Kopka added a 41-yard field goal to lead Maryland to a season-opening 17-10 win over visiting Temple ... Bosley Allen scored on a 78-yard punt return and caught a 60-yard TD pass as North Carolina scored 26 unanswered second half points en route to a 35-14 win over Wake Forest ... Chris Weinke completed 25-of-38 passes for a career-high 443 yards and two touchdowns as second-ranked Florida State rallied to defeat Georgia Tech 26-21 for its 14th straight victory.




ATTENDANCE NOTES

Maryland drew 46,950 to its season opener with Temple Saturday night marking the Terps' largest home crowd in 26 games dating back to a September 16, 1995 game with West Virginia ... Wake Forest had its largest crowd in 62 games (dating back to a Sept. 9, 1989 game with Appalachian State) when 30,087 attended Saturday's game with North Carolina.




CAREER CHARTS

Maryland's LaMont Jordan ran for 62 yards and two TDs in the Terps' season-opening win over Temple and moved into 17th place on the ACC career rushing chart with 3,289 yards.



Florida State's Chris Weinke threw for a career-high 443 yards and two touchdowns in the Noles' 26-21 win at Georgia Tech and moved into 12th on the ACC career passing yardage list with 6,433 yards and 16th on the league's total offense list with 6,147 yards.



PACK PASSER PLAUDITS

NC State freshman quarterback Philip Rivers has had an immediate impact on the college football scene ... the 6-5, 221-pound Athens, Ga., freshman currently leads the nation in total offense with a 395.5 yards per game average ... his 401 yards passing against Indiana is the second highest single-game total by an ACC freshman - Duke's Ben Bennett holds the ACC single game record for passing yardage with 469 yards vs. Wake Forest on Nov. 8, 1980 ... Rivers has already set five ACC freshmen single game records ... Rivers' ACC records are listed below:



Passing Yards by a Freshman:

in a Season Opener:

397 vs. Arkansas State



Total Offense Yards by a Freshman:

in a Season Opener:

383 vs. Arkansas State



Touchdown Passes by a Freshman

in All Games:

5 vs. Indiana



Passing Yards by a Freshman

in Back-to-Back Games:

798 vs. Arkansas State (397) & Indiana (401)



Total Offense Yards by a Freshman

in Back-to-Back Games:

791 vs. Arkansas State (383) & Indiana (408)



ACC STANDINGS

                        Conference  Points          Overall   Points      
  Team                    W  L  T  For Opp   Pct    W  L  T  For Opp   Pct
  ----                    -  -  -  --- ---   ---    -  -  -  --- ---   ---
  North Carolina......    1  0  0   35  14 1.000    2  0  0   65  23 1.000
  Florida State.......    1  0  0   26  21 1.000    2  0  0   55  24 1.000
  Clemson.............    0  0  0    0   0  .000    2  0  0  100   9 1.000
  NC State............    0  0  0    0   0  .000    2  0  0   79  69 1.000
  Maryland............    0  0  0    0   0  .000    1  0  0   17  10 1.000
  Virginia............    0  0  0    0   0  .000    1  1  0   69  44  .500
  Georgia Tech........    0  1  0   21  26  .000    1  1  0   42  43  .500
  Wake Forest.........    0  1  0   14  35  .000    0  2  0   30  55  .000
  Duke................    0  0  0    0   0  .000    0  2  0    5  76  .000

WEEK NO. 4 SCHEDULE

Saturday, September 16
Maryland at W. Virginia	ESPN2	12:00
Wake Forest at Clemson		1:00
North Carolina at Florida St.	ABC	3:30
Navy at Georgia Tech		3:30
Virginia at Duke		6:00
SMU at NC State		7:00

ACC STATISTICS

Rushing	        Team	Cl	G	Att	Yds	Avg	TD	PG
Robinson, Ray	ST	JR	2	39	204	5.2	2	102.0
Womack, A	VA	JR	2	29	185	6.4	4	92.5
Zachery, Travis	CU	JR	2	30	153	5.1	4	76.5
Jordan, LaMont	MD	SR	1	22	62	2.8	2	62.0
Dantzler, W	CU	JR	2	25	109	4.4	1	54.5
Burns, Joe	GT	SO	2	29	99	3.4	1	49.5
Minor, Travis	FS	SR	2	32	78	2.4	1	39.0
Hill, Shaun	MD	JR	1	6	38	6.3	0	38.0
Epperson, Duane	DU	SR	2	25	73	2.9	0	36.5
Rambert, Bernar	CU	SO	2	15	69	4.6	1	34.5

Total Offense	Team	Cl	G	Rush	Pass	Plays	Total	PG
Rivers, Philip	ST	FR	2	-7	798	123	791	395.5
Weinke, Chris	FS	SR	2	-17	761	97	744	372.0
Ellis, Dan	VA	SR	2	44	516	63	560	280.0
Dantzler, W	CU	JR	2	109	380	61	489	244.5
Curry, Ronald	NC	JR	2	51	335	57	386	193.0
Godsey, George	GT	JR	2	-8	378	78	370	185.0
Leak, C.J.	WF	SO	2	-51	290	82	239	119.5
Robinson, Ray	ST	JR	2	204	0	39	204	102.0
Hill, Shaun	MD	JR	1	38	62	19	100	100.0
Womack, A	VA	JR	2	185	0	29	185	92.5

Receptions PG	Team	Cl	G	Rec	Yds	TD	Avg/C	PG
Minnis, Marvin	FS	SR	2	15	207	0	13.8	7.50
Robinson, Koren	ST	SO	2	14	227	2	16.2	7.00
Leak, Eric	ST	SR	2	12	149	1	12.4	6.00
Glover, Will	GT	SO	2	11	87	0	7.9	5.50
Gardner, Rod	CU	SR	2	10	162	2	16.2	5.00
Walker, Javon	FS	JR	2	9	133	2	14.8	4.50
Williams, Ira	WF	JR	2	9	105	0	11.7	4.50
Minor, Travis	FS	SR	2	9	74	0	8.2	4.50
Muyres, Jon	GT	SR	2	8	110	1	13.8	4.00
Campbell, Kelly	GT	JR	2	8	82	1	10.2	4.00

Rec Yds PG	Team	Cl	G	Rec	Yds	TD	Avg/C	PG
Robinson, Koren	ST	SO	2	14	227	2	16.2	113.5
Minnis, Marvin	FS	SR	2	15	207	0	13.8	103.5
Gardner, Rod	CU	SR	2	10	162	2	16.2	81.0
Leak, Eric	ST	SR	2	12	149	1	12.4	74.5
Walker, Javon	FS	JR	2	9	133	2	14.8	66.5
Boldin, Anquan	FS	SO	2	7	132	0	18.9	66.0
Monroe, Scooter	MD	SO	1	2	65	0	32.5	65.0
Allen, Bosley	NC	SO	2	5	122	1	24.4	61.0
Dotson, Demetri	VA	SR	2	6	120	0	20.0	60.0
Aiken, Sam	NC	SO	2	4	114	1	28.5	57.0

Scoring	       Team	Cl	G	TD	XPT	FG	Pts	PG
Zachery, Travis	CU	JR	2	5	0	0	30	15.0
Womack, A	VA	JR	2	4	0	0	24	12.0
Jordan, LaMont	MD	SR	1	2	0	0	12	12.0
Reed, Jeff	NC	SR	2	0	6	4	18	9.0
Passingham, Ken	ST	SR	2	0	8	3	17	8.5
Greene, David	VA	JR	2	0	9	2	15	7.5
Hunt, Aaron	CU	FR	2	0	11	1	14	7.0
Parker, Wilie	NC	FR	2	2	2	0	14	7.0
Robinson, Koren	ST	SO	2	2	0	0	12	6.0
Allen, Bosley	NC	SO	2	2	0	0	12	6.0

Pass Efficiency	Team	Cl	G	Att	Cmp	Int	Pct.	Yds	TD	Eff.
Dantzler, W	CU	JR	2	36	28	0	77.8	380	5	212.3
Curry, Ronald	NC	JR	2	34	18	0	52.9	335	3	164.8
Ellis, Dan	VA	SR	2	51	32	1	62.7	516	2	156.8
Weinke, Chris	FS	SR	2	88	57	0	64.8	761	4	152.4
Rivers, Philip	ST	FR	2	109	60	1	55.0	798	8	138.9
Godsey, George	GT	JR	2	63	37	0	58.7	378	4	130.1
Leak, C.J.	WF	SO	2	55	24	2	43.6	290	0	 80.7
Romine, Spencer	DU	SR	2	34	14	4	41.2	173	0	 60.4


Passing Avg PG	Team	Cl	G	Att	Cmp	Int	Pct.	Yds	TD	PG
Rivers, Philip	ST	FR	2	109	60	1	55.0	798	8	399.0
Weinke, Chris	FS	SR	2	88	57	0	64.8	761	4	380.5
Ellis, Dan	VA	SR	2	51	32	1	62.7	516	2	258.0
Dantzler, W	CU	JR	2	36	28	0	77.8	380	5	190.0
Godsey, George	GT	JR	2	63	37	0	58.7	378	4	189.0
Curry, Ronald	NC	JR	2	34	18	0	52.9	335	3	167.5
Leak, C.J.	WF	SO	2	55	24	2	43.6	290	0	145.0
Romine, Spencer	DU	SR	2	34	14	4	41.2	173	0	 86.5

All Purpose	Team	Cl	G	Rush	Rcv	PR	KR	Yds	PG
Robinson, Koren	ST	SO	2	-6	227	64	43	328	164.0
Allen, Bosley	NC	SO	2	0	122	203	0	325	162.5
Robinson, Ray	ST	JR	2	204	67	0	32	303	151.5
Campbell, Kelly	GT	JR	2	-1	82	0	205	286	143.0
Womack, Antw	VA	JR	2	185	-1	0	97	281	140.5
Stone, John	WF	JR	2	-4	54	0	215	265	132.5
Douglas, Chris	DU	FR	2	62	0	0	185	247	123.5
Aiken, Sam	NC	SO	2	23	114	20	89	246	123.0
Zachery, Travis	CU	JR	2	153	51	23	0	227	113.5
Boldin, Anquan	FS	SO	2	0	132	74	15	221	110.5

Interceptions	Team	Cl	G	Int	Yds	TD	PG
Forte, Shawn	MD	SR	1	1	45	0	1.00
Hafley, Charles	CU	JR	2	2	27	1	1.00
Mance, Brian	CU	SO	2	2	15	0	1.00
Hester, Marviou	GT	SO	2	1	50	1	0.50
Hudson, Jerel	FS	SO	2	1	30	0	0.50
Gibson, Derrick	FS	SR	2	1	24	0	0.50
Thomas, Clevan	FS	SR	2	1	13	0	0.50
Kargbookorogie	WF	JR	2	1	13	0	0.50
Muyres, Jeremy	GT	SO	2	1	5	0	0.50
Roberson, Rasha	VA	SO	2	1	4	0	0.50

Punt Returns	Team	Cl	G	Ret	Yds	TD	Avg
Allen, Bosley	NC	SO	2	10	203	1	20.3
Robinson, Koren	ST	SO	2	4	64	0	16.0
Hester, Marviou	GT	SO	2	7	66	0	9.4
Zachery, Travis	CU	JR	2	3	23	0	7.7
Boldin, Anquan	FS	SO	2	11	74	0	6.7
Duncan, Adrian	WF	JR	2	5	27	0	5.4
Johnson, James	VA	SO	2	6	31	0	5.2
Hamilton, Ron	DU	JR	2	4	16	0	4.0Reames, Joe Don	CU	SO	2	6	17	0	2.8
Gary, Guillian	MD	JR	1	2	4	0	2.0

Kickoff Returns	Team	Cl	G	Ret	Yds	TD	Avg
Stone, John	WF	JR	2	7	215	1	30.7
Campbell, Kelly	GT	JR	2	8	205	0	25.6
Womack, Antw	VA	JR	2	4	97	0	24.2
Douglas, Chris	DU	FR	2	8	185	0	23.1
Aiken, Sam	NC	SO	2	4	89	0	22.2
Monroe, Scooter	MD	SO	1	2	21	0	10.5

Punting	        Team	Cl	G	Punt	Yds	Avg
Barnard, Brooks	MD	SO	1	6	323	53.8
Abrams, Mike	VA	JR	2	8	362	45.2
Morton, Brian	DU	SR	2	19	851	44.8
Brennie, Matt	WF	SO	2	17	735	43.2
Herbert, Austin	ST	FR	2	9	359	39.9
Somaini, Jamie	CU	SR	2	9	356	39.6
Cottrell, Keith	FS	SR	2	13	513	39.5

Field Goals	Team	Cl	G	FG	FGA	Pct.	PG
Reed, Jeff	NC	SR	2	4	5	80.0	2.00
Passingham, Ken	ST	SR	2	3	4	75.0	1.50
Kopka, Brian	MD	SR	1	1	2	50.0	1.00
Greene, David	VA	JR	2	2	3	66.7	1.00
Ashe, Tyler	WF	JR	2	1	1	100.0	0.50
Garber, Brent	DU	FR	2	1	1	100.0	0.50
Hunt, Aaron	CU	FR	2	1	1	100.0	0.50

TOTAL OFFENSE	G	Rush	Pass	Plays	Yards	Avg/P	TD	Yds/G
NC State	2	215	798	167	1013	6.1	10	506.5
Clemson	        2	442	497	155	939	6.1	13	469.5
Florida State	2	130	781	161	911	5.7	7	455.5
Virginia	2	377	516	125	893	7.1	9	446.5
North Carolina	2	302	436	136	738	5.4	5	369.0
Georgia Tech	2	189	445	156	634	4.1	5	317.0
Maryland	1	100	154	59	254	4.3	2	254.0
Wake Forest	2	53	290	128	343	2.7	2	171.5
Duke	        2	95	226	120	321	2.7	0	160.5

RUSHING OFF	G	Att	Yds	Avg	TD	Yds/G
Clemson	        2	98	442	4.5	8	221.0
Virginia	2	74	377	5.1	7	188.5
North Carolina	2	93	302	3.2	2	151.0
NC State	2	58	215	3.7	2	107.5
Maryland	1	36	100	2.8	2	100.0
Georgia Tech	2	78	189	2.4	1	94.5
Florida State	2	70	130	1.9	3	65.0
Duke	        2	63	95	1.5	0	47.5
Wake Forest	2	73	53	0.7	2	26.5

PASS OFFENSE	G	Att	Cmp	Int	Pct.	Yds	Avg	TD	Yds/G
NC State	2	109	60	1	55.0	798	7.3	8	399.0
Florida State	2	91	58	1	63.7	781	8.6	4	390.5
Virginia	2	51	32	1	62.7	516	10.1	2	258.0
Clemson	        2	57	36	0	63.2	497	8.7	5	248.5
Georgia Tech	2	78	45	0	57.7	445	5.7	4	222.5
North Carolina	2	43	23	0	53.5	436	10.1	3	218.0
Maryland	1	23	11	0	47.8	154	6.7	0	154.0
Wake Forest	2	55	24	2	43.6	290	5.3	0	145.0
Duke	        2	57	21	7	36.8	226	4.0	0	113.0

PASS OFF EFF	G	Att	Cmp	Pct	Int	Yds	TD	Effic
Clemson	        2	57	36	.632	0	497	5	165.3
North Carolina	2	43	23	.535	0	436	3	161.7
Virginia	2	51	32	.627	1	516	2	156.8
Florida State	2	91	58	.637	1	781	4	148.1
NC State	2	109	60	.550	1	798	8	138.9
Georgia Tech	2	78	45	.577	0	445	4	122.5
Maryland	1	23	11	.478	0	154	0	104.1
Wake Forest	2	55	24	.436	2	290	0	80.7
Duke	        2	57	21	.368	7	226	0	45.6

SCORING OFF	G	TD	XP	2XP	DXP	FG	Saf	Pts	Avg
Clemson	        2	14	13	0	0	1	0	100	50.0
NC State	2	10	8	1	0	3	0	79	39.5
Virginia	2	9	9	0	0	2	0	69	34.5
North Carolina	2	7	6	1	0	5	0	65	32.5
Florida State	2	7	6	0	0	1	2	55	27.5
Georgia Tech	2	6	4	1	0	0	0	42	21.0
Maryland	1	2	2	0	0	1	0	17	17.0
Wake Forest	2	4	3	0	0	1	0	30	15.0
Duke	        2	0	0	0	0	1	1	5	2.5

KICKOFF RETURNS	G	Ret	Yds	TD	Avg
Wake Forest	2	9	236	1	26.2
Georgia Tech	2	8	205	0	25.6
Virginia	2	4	97	0	24.2
Duke	        2	11	264	0	24.0
North Carolina	2	5	107	0	21.4
Clemson	        2	3	63	0	21.0
NC State	2	6	120	0	20.0
Florida State	2	4	71	0	17.8
Maryland	1	3	41	0	13.7

TIME POSSESSION	G    Total Time	Avg/G
Georgia Tech	2	64:04	32:02
Clemson	        2	61:27	30:43
Florida State	2	61:16	30:38
North Carolina	2	60:16	30:08
NC State	2	55:37	27:48
Virginia	2	54:56	27:28
Wake Forest	2	53:40	26:50
Duke	        2	53:01	26:30
Maryland	1	24:02	24:02

TOTAL DEFENSE	G	Rush	Pass	Plys	Yards	Avg	TD	Yds/G
Clemson	        2	129	192	122	321	2.6	1	160.5
North Carolina	2	17	378	139	395	2.8	2	197.5
Florida State	2	77	446	141	523	3.7	2	261.5
Wake Forest	2	276	429	146	705	4.8	5	352.5
Virginia	2	321	460	138	781	5.7	6	390.5
Georgia Tech	2	81	710	131	791	6.0	5	395.5
NC State	2	415	392	141	807	5.7	8	403.5
Maryland	1	104	339	73	443	6.1	1	443.0
Duke	        2	423	477	156	900	5.8	9	450.0

RUSHING DEF	G	Att	Yards	Avg. 7	TD	Yds/G
North Carolina	2	67	17	0.3	1	8.5
Florida State	2	58	77	1.3	1	38.5
Georgia Tech	2	60	81	1.4	2	40.5
Clemson	        2	78	129	1.7	1	64.5
Maryland	1	36	104	2.9	1	104.0
Wake Forest	2	99	276	2.8	2	138.0
Virginia	2	87	321	3.7	4	160.5
NC State	2	89	415	4.7	5	207.5
Duke	        2 	95	423	4.5	6	211.5

PASS DEFENSE	G	Att	Cmp	Int	Pct.	Yds	Avg	TD	Yds/G
Clemson	        2	44	20	4	45.5	192	4.4	0	96.0
North Carolina	2	72	31	0	43.1	378	5.2	1	189.0
NC State	2	52	27	0	51.9	392	7.5	3	196.0
Wake Forest	2	47	26	2	55.3	429	9.1	3	214.5
Florida State	2	83	40	3	48.2	446	5.4	1	223.0
Virginia	2	51	36	2	70.6	460	9.0	2	230.0
Duke         	2	61	40	0	65.6	477	7.8	3	238.5
Maryland	1	37	25	1	67.6	339	9.2	0	339.0
Georgia Tech	2	71	42	2	59.2	710	10.0	3	355.0

PASS DEF EFF	G	Att	Cmp	Int	Pct.	Yds	TD	Effic
Clemson	        2	44	20	4	45.5	192	0	63.9
Florida State	2	83	40	3	48.2	446	1	90.1
North Carolina	2	72	31	0	43.1	378	1	91.7
NC State	2	52	27	0	51.9	392	3	134.3
Maryland	1	37	25	1	67.6	339	0	139.1
Wake Forest	2	47	26	2	55.3	429	3	144.5
Duke	        2 	61	40	0	65.6	477	3	147.5
Virginia	2	51	36	2	70.6	460	2	151.5
Georgia Tech	2	71	42	2	59.2	710	3	151.5

SCORING DEF	G	TD	XP	2XP	DXP	FG	Saf	Pts	Avg
Clemson	        2	1	0	0	0	1	0	9	4.5
Maryland	1	1	1	0	0	1	0	10	10.0
North Carolina	2	3	2	0	0	1	0	23	11.5
Florida State	2	3	1	1	0	1	0	24	12.0
Georgia Tech	2	5	5	0	0	2	1	43	21.5
Virginia	2	6	5	0	0	1	0	44	22.0
Wake Forest	2	7	5	1	0	2	0	55	27.5
NC State	2	9	9	0	0	2	0	69	34.5
Duke	        2	10	10	0	0	2	0	76	38.0

PUNT RETURNS	G	Ret	Yds	TD	Avg
North Carolina	2	13	238	1	18.3
NC State	2	5	69	0	13.8
Georgia Tech	2	9	89	0	9.9
Clemson	        2	10	68	0	6.8
Florida State	2	11	74	0	6.7
Wake Forest	2	5	27	0	5.4
Virginia	2	6	31	0	5.2
Duke	        2	4	16	0	4.0
Maryland	1	2	4	0	2.0

NET PUNTING	G	Punts	Avg	Ret	Yds	Avg	Net/P
Maryland	1	6	53.8	0	0	0.0	53.8
Virginia	2	8	45.2	1	9	1.1	44.1
Georgia Tech	2	16	46.1	8	42	2.6	43.5
Duke	        2	19	44.8	8	79	4.2	40.6
NC State	2	9	39.9	3	19	2.1	37.8
Clemson	        2	9	39.6	3	19	2.1	37.4
Florida State	2	13	39.5	5	42	3.2	36.2
North Carolina	2	12	36.4	2	5	0.4	36.0
Wake Forest. 	2	17	43.2	8	161	9.5	33.8

				Gained	Lost
TO MARGIN	G	Fum	Int	Tot	Fum	Int	Tot	Mar	Per/G
Clemson	2	4	4	8	1	0	1	+7	3.50
Virginia	2	2	2	4	0	1	1	+3	1.50
Florida State	2	1	3	4	1	1	2	+2	1.00
Georgia Tech	2	2	2	4	2	0	2	+2	1.00
Wake Forest	2	3	2	5	3	2	5	+0	0.00
North Carolina	2	2	0	2	3	0	3	-1	-0.50
NC State	2	3	0	3	3	1	4	-1	-0.50
Maryland	1	1	1	2	3	0	3	-1	-1.00
Duke	        2	1	0	1	0	7	7	-6	-3.00

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