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FSU ties for fourth most votes to win conference title at ACC Media Days

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Should NC State be ahead of the Seminoles?

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The votes are in, and to no one’s surprise, Clemson is rightfully being considered the class of Atlantic Coast Conference football. The Tigers, who have won three straight ACC titles dating back to 2015, have been deemed runaway favorites to once again top the conference’s Atlantic Division, with Florida State coming in at second place, just ahead of NC State, which received more first-place votes than the ’Noles. Miami beat out Virginia Tech to earn the most votes in the Coastal.

Furthermore, Clemson is also a prohibitive favorite to capture the conference title once again. FSU and Virginia Tech tied for fourth, behind the Tigers, Hurricanes, and Wolfpack.

Atlantic Division

(First place votes in parenthesis)

1. Clemson (145) – 1,031

2. Florida State (1) – 789

3. NC State (2) – 712

4. Boston College – 545

5. Louisville – 422

6. Wake Forest – 413

7. Syracuse – 232

Coastal Division

(First place votes in parenthesis)

1. Miami (122) – 998

2. Virginia Tech (16) – 838

3. Georgia Tech (8) – 654

4. Duke (1) – 607

5. Pitt – 420

6. North Carolina (1) – 370

7. Virginia – 257

ACC Championship Votes

1. Clemson – 139

2. Miami – 5

3. NC State – 2

T4. Florida State – 1, Virginia Tech – 1