Cardiac Hill ACC Power Rankings (11/14)

Streeter Lecka

Here's the weekly conference power rankings, Cardiac Hill style. As always, tell me what I got right or wrong in the comments below:

1. Florida State (9-0) - No debate, obviously

2. Clemson (8-1) - Still looking BCS bound

3. Georgia Tech (6-3) - No, I'm not convinced they should be this high, but they beat Duke, Duke beat Virginia Tech, and Virginia Tech beat Miami, so ...

4. Duke (7-2) - Yeah, I'm still not sure about this team. Sue me.

5. Virginia Tech (7-3) - Moved up a spot after blowout win against Miami

6. Miami (7-2) - Real questions about this team and that Pitt-Miami game looks ... winnable? /ducksfromtomatoes

7. Pitt (5-4) - Moves up a few spots after Notre Dame win

8. North Carolina (4-5) - Three straight wins and beat BC previously

9. Boston College (5-4) - Scored 48 points this week against New Mexico State

10. Syracuse (5-4) - Strong win over an overrated Maryland team

11. Maryland (5-4) - Fading fast

12. Wake Forest (4-6) - Dominated by Florida State

13. North Carolina State (3-6) - Dominated by Duke

14. Virginia (2-8) - Dominated by North Carolina EVERYONE

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