ACC Power Rankings Week 10: Pittsburgh Rises, Virginia Tech Falls

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Oct 30, 2014; Louisville, KY, USA; Florida State Seminoles linebacker Reggie Northrup (5) celebrates with defensive back P.J. Williams (26) defensive back Jalen Ramsey (8) after intercepting a Louisville Cardinals pass during the second half at Papa John

Here we are in the first week November, and all of a sudden the ACC doesn’t look too bad. With seven teams already bowl eligible in the conference and more coming, we can legitimately say there are quite a few good teams here.

And there are also a few teams that have gotten significantly better over time. Oh, there’s also that team, Florida something, that is in the national title hunt.

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The point is, even outside of Florida State, there are quite a few teams that you have to take seriously in this conference that may never have seemed like a big deal earlier in the year. But at least four teams from the conference could be in the Top 25 at any point.

That’s not great, and it’s still the worst Power Five conference, but it’s surprisingly decent. This past week created a clear distinction between the top and bottom halves of the conference. It’s also pretty clear-cut who belongs in first place and in last place in the conference.

There’s more separation among ACC teams than in years past, so without further ado, here are our Week 10 ACC Power Rankings.

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