Back up Maryland QB Jamarr Robinsin looked like a back-up going 12-32 for 103 yards and no touchdowns. To his credit he didn’t throw any picks.
In the end, Spiller became the first player in Clemson history to record a touchdown passing, rushing and receiving in the SAME GAME.
NO. 7 GEORGIA TECH 49, DUKE 10 – Duke jumped out to a 10-0 lead, but the Yellow Jackets composed themselves and cranked up their offense to clinch a spot in the Dr. Pepper Bowl (the ACC Championship Game). Jonathan Dwyer rushed for 110 yards and two touchdowns and QB Josh Nesbitt accounted for three scores.
The Blue Devils (5-5, 3-3) had minus-1 yard rushing through three quarters and finished with 25.
Georgia Tech outgained Duke 519-281, won its eighth straight and sewed up the Coastal Division title for the second time in four years.
FLORIDA STATE 42, WAKE FOREST 28 – Jermaine Thomas rushed for 149 yards and a touchdown, E.J. Manuel was effective in his first career start as the Noles kept its bowl hopes alive.