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1. Clemson tigers: the tigers opened up conference play with a road victory over georgia tech. Embattled starting QB, kelly bryant, was sat in favor of true freshmen trevor lawrence after the tiger’s first two possessions rapidly stalled out. Lawrence passed for 176 yards and four touchdowns as clemson cruised to a 49-21 win. RB travis etienne produced his second 100+ yard game on the ground, in as many weeks, and added tds of his own on the ground and in the air. Tuition brown university through the first four games of the season etienne is averaging an astounding 8.5 yards per carry. The clemson defensive line looked stout, sacking the GT qbs four times and making ten tfls. They stonewalled the yellow jacket’s offensive production, allowing only 203 total yards and scoring a defensive touchdown off a fumble. The ACC had a rough week and the tigers remain the clear favorite to win the conference.

Next week clemson will have quite the test on their hands when they host syracuse in hopes of avenging their only regular season loss of 2017.

5. Wake forest demon deacons: it wasn’t really realistic to expect wake forest to defeat the notre dame fighting irish, but I would have liked to see a bit more life than a 27-56 beat down. After back-to-back defensive performances that allowed 500+ yards and 40+ points the demon deacons have found themselves in the dregs of FBS defensive rankings, spurring coach clawson to fire defensive coordinator jay sawvel. WF should navigate back to their winning ways against the struggling rice owls.

6. Florida state seminoles: FSU was able to overcome the beleaguered northern illinois huskies, 37-19 largely due to a 352 yard, two TD performance from deondre francois. Next week they travel to louisville in a game that will feature two programs searching for stability.

7. Louisville cardinals: the cardinals are 2-2, but the record deceives the problems found in the program. Louisville was able to hang with UVA for a half before bryce perkins punished their defense for two passing tds and one rushing TD. The cardinals still don’t have a clear decision at quarterback, and their defense has shown little improvement. Louisville hosts florida state next week.

1. Duke blue devils: duke is the only unbeaten team left in the coastal and they also happen to own some of the better wins in, not only the division, but the conference. Brown university portal this week they finally had a little break and soundly defeated north carolina central, 55-13. Quentin harris continued to show that he is a viable option at QB, throwing three tds and rushing for another. Duke laid 372 yards down on the ground for a total offensive effort of 628 yards while their defense held NCCU to 187 total yards. Brown university acceptance rate this week the blue devils will host a reeling virginia tech team that is coming off one of the program’s worst defeats. If duke can overcome the wounded hokies they will put themselves in firm contention for the coastal.

2. Miami-florida hurricanes: miami didn’t look very good against florida international, but they did enough to win, 31-17. The hurricanes benched starting QB malik rosier in favor of N’kosi perry after rosier was ineffective for miami’s first two possessions. There is something of a quarterback controversy brewing in coral cables. It wouldn’t surprise me to see perry named the starter for thursday’s conference opener against north carolina.

3. Virginia cavaliers: bryce perkins continues to develop nicely and is a legitimate dual-threat quarterback. Jordan ellis didn’t have the same performance he did a week ago against ohio, but he is still the other clear rushing threat. UVA started slow, but pummeled a helpless louisville team in the second half. Brown university graduate school application there is going to be some adversity facing the hoos, entering conference play, unless they can find perkins consistent help on offense. Regardless the cavaliers are positioned nicely to qualify for a bowl game. Next week UVA will have their hands full with an away game against a rolling NCST squad.

4. Virginia tech hokies: I am not going to detail the woeful performance of the hokies against ODU. Check out the last few articles from gobbler country for all the gory details, but suffice to say all is not well in blacksburg. Coach fuente is clearly not interested in undisciplined football and I expect that the hokies will be involved in heavy soul searching when the coaches are not hammering them during practices. The hokies have a history of responding well to adversity and I think coach fuente captured the problem best when he told the team, “I liked you guys a lot better when everybody told you that you were terrible. Everybody told you that you didn’t have a chance to win the first game, and all you did was work your tails off. And then now, we get to feeling all good about ourselves and we get brought back down to earth.” I expect that the loss to ODU is an aberration and will be a spark to inspire the team for the remainder of the season. The hokies would do well to respond next week, during a televised prime time game against the now ranked blue devils.