From Heather Dinich of ESPN:
Here’s a look at which top contenders will fall, in order of the most likely:
1. Clemson at Wake Forest (Oct. 25): Don’t underestimate the Deacs. They’ll have home-field advantage for a rare Thursday night game in Winston-Salem, they’ve got a talented QB-WR duo of Tanner Price and Michael Campanaro, a solid running back in Josh Harris (if he can stay healthy), and a talented defensive backfield that includes the ACC’s defensive rookie of the year, Bud Noel. They’ve also got one of the best coaching staffs in the ACC. Last year, Wake Forest scored 21 points in the third quarter to take a 28-14 lead. The Deacs came within a field goal of controlling the Atlantic Division.
2. Florida State at NC State (Oct. 6)
3. Miami at Duke (Nov. 24)
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