Sunday, November 14, 2010

Saturday ACC Football

Dustin Hopkins,right and holder Shawn Powell
FLORIDA STATE 16, CLEMSON 13 – A week after missing a game-winning kick in the final seconds, Dustin Hopkins booted a career-best 55-yard field goal Saturday night as time expired to give Florida State the victory over Clemson. His winning kick Saturday night was the third longest field goal in Florida State history and his third field goal of the game.

BOSTON COLLEGE 21, DUKE 16 – Chase Rettig threw two third-quarter touchdown passes and Boston College made a late defensive stand to defeat Duke. Rettig completed 12 of 24 passes for 230 yards for the Eagles (5-5, 3-4 ACC), who won their third consecutive game.

MIAMI 35, GEORGIA TECH 10 – Freshman Stephen Morris passed for 230 yards and a touchdown to win the matchup of backup quarterbacks. Morris, making his second start as Jacory Harris recovers from a concussion, completed 10 of 18 passes and did not have a turnover. Hurricanes gave the Jackets a dose of their own medicine as Lamar Miller, Damien Berry, Mike James and Graig Cooper ran for touchdowns and Miami had 507 total yards, including 277 yards rushing.

N.C. STATE 38, WAKE FOREST 3 – Russell Wilson threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more in what might have been his final home game. Wilson was 24 of 35 for 300 yards with touchdowns covering 4 yards to Jarvis Williams and 38 yards to Owen Spencer, and scored on runs of 1 and 2 yards for the Wolfpack (7-3, 4-2 ACC). N.C. State scored on four of six second-half possessions, outgained the Not-So-Demon Deacons 387-188 and kept control of the Atlantic Division.

MARYLAND 42, VIRGINIA 23 – D.J. D.J. Adams ran for three touchdowns and Danny O'Brien ran for one and threw for two, leading Maryland to victory over Virginia. The Terrapins (7-3, 4-2 ACC) remained in control of their chance to play in their first ACC championship game if they win their final regular season games, both at home, against Florida State and North Carolina State.

VIRGINIA TECH 26, NORTH CAROLINA 10 – Tyrod Taylor hit Marcus Davis with a pair of third-quarter touchdown passes to help the Hokies beat North Carolina (again). Taylor threw for 249 yards while the defense locked down the Tar Heels after halftime, helping the Hokies (8-2, 6-0 ACC) improve to 4-0 in Chapel Hill since joining the league in 2004.

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