ACC Power Rankings Week 11: Duke & Florida State at the Top

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Nov 8, 2014; Tallahassee, FL, USA; Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston (5) calls an audible during the second half against the Virginia Cavaliers at Doak Campbell Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

We’re going to call it how we see it. The ACC was by far the most boring conference this past weekend. Wake Forest gave Clemson a decent run on a Thursday night game, and Florida State was caught a bit off guard by Virginia, as they have been every week it seems like.

Duke even managed to win in a blowout on Saturday, and they have at least been keeping things interesting by squeaking out close wins. Add to these facts that Miami, Virginia Tech, Pittsburgh, and North Carolina all didn’t play, and we didn’t have much to enjoy in the ACC this past weekend.

But we still have an opinion on where the different teams in the conference stand, and we are ready to bring those out with another batch of ACC Power Rankings this week. The elite teams are getting pretty clear in this conference, but there are still a few on the cusp of it.

The bad teams are also pretty clear, and there are a few teams on the cusp of that as well. There are seven teams that have already clinched bowl eligibility and another five that have a chance at a bowl, so this conference is still interesting. And these final three weeks will be very exciting to watch.

But there wasn’t much to read into last weekend. Doing it as much as we could, here are our ACC Power Rankings following Week 11 of the college football season.

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