ACC Power Rankings: Are the Tar Heels a dark horse Playoff team?

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Here are the ACC Power Rankings after week 10: 

Coming out of the dark
I finally see the light now
And it’s shining on me
Coming out of the dark
I know the love that saved me
You’re sharing with me

Coming Out of the Dark by Gloria Estefan

Welcome back to headquarters between the “Electric Babers Dome” and the future site of the David Cutcliffe Memorial statue. North Carolina allowing 40 points in the fourth quarter to the Appalachian State Mountaineers seem like a season ago. The offense sputtered against Notre Dame but now has control of the ACC Coastal.

If Drake Maye is not in New York at the end of the season, they’ve canceled the Heisman Trophy presentation because the Downtown Athletic Club caught fire. Maye has been arguably the best quarterback in the country and the most important player on his team.

Then there’s Clemson. On Saturday night, the Tigers were taken behind the woodshed by Notre Dame in South Bend. Clemson knew what Notre Dame was offensively and had no answers. The offense sputtered no matter who the quarterback was for the Tigers.

So, to the rivalry that really ain’t, the only indigenous tribe not conquered by US forces, and the Blue Devils return to the postseason, here are the ACC Power Rankings after week ten.

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