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ACC Football 2020, Week 10 (11/07/20)

Scores and comments on ACC football action

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ACC football summary for Week 10
Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Here’s your overview of scores with commentary for this week’s ACC football action...

Saturday, Nov. 7th, 2020

Early Games

#25 Liberty Flames 38 at Virginia Tech Hokies 35

The Hokies had their chances to win - and would have if the coach hadn’t tried to “ice” the kicker - but give the Flames credit: they have a very good team with an impressive quarterback.

Next up for Virginia Tech: Miami


North Carolina 56 at Duke 24

Mack Brown doesn’t lose to the Blue Devils. The Victory Bell stays in Chapel Hill.

Next up for UNC: Wake Forest

Next up for Duke: BYE


Mid-Afternoon Games

Boston College Eagles 16 at Syracuse Orange 13

Once upon a time a score like that would be indicative of two great defenses. In this era of explosive offense, not so much...

Next up for Syracuse: BYE

Next up for Boston College:


Pittsburgh Panthers 41 at Florida State Seminoles 17

FSU played three different quarterbacks, and the Pitt defense picked off each of them.

Next up for Pitt: at Georgia Tech

Next up for Florida St: at NC State


Prime Time “Game of the Century”

#1 Clemson Tigers 40 at #4 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 47 (2OT)

In a heavyweight battle of attrition the Tigers finally ran out of players and the Fighting Irish got their first win over a top five team in a long time.

Next up for Clemson: BYE

Next up for Notre Dame: at Boston College


Friday, Nov. 6th, 2020

#11 Miami Hurricanes 44 at NC State Wolfpack 41

I’m still trying to figure out how the Canes almost lost despite winning the turnover battle and having 210 more total yards than the Wolfpack...

Next up for Miami: at Virginia Tech

Next up for NC State: Florida State


For coverage of which teams helped the ACC football cause by losing, check out my post “Biggest Losers Week 10, 2020” on ACC Football Rx. It won’t make your favorite team any better, but it will make you feel better about your team, or no money back.