Ga Tech 49 Duke 21
Reggie Ball passed for three touchdowns - all in the second quarter - and No. 18 Georgia Tech added momentum to its ACC championship drive by beating winless Duke 49-21 on Saturday.
Georgia Tech will face the still-undetermined Atlantic Division champion in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game Dec. 2 in Jacksonville. Tech clinched the Coastal Division title with last week's win at North Carolina.
Virginia 17 Miami 7
Jameel Sewell ran for two touchdowns and played his best game by far, and Virginia's defense dominated until the game was essentially over Saturday in the Cavaliers' 17-7 victory.
The Cavaliers (5-6, 4-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) kept alive their hopes of qualifying for a bowl game with the victory and damaged Miami's postseason hopes.
Boston College 38 Maryland 16
Jolonn Dunbar scored on two fumble recoveries before Boston College's offense took the field. When it did, the Eagles made sure they stayed in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship picture.
The 20th-ranked Eagles led 14-0 in the first four minutes on Dunbar's returns of 14 and 38 yards before Matt Ryan threw two scoring passes in a 38-16 win over 21st-ranked Maryland on Saturday.
North Carolina 23 NC State 9
Ronnie McGill rushed for 101 yards and a touchdown Saturday, and North Carolina forced three turnovers in the fourth quarter of its 23-9 win over North Carolina State, giving coach John Bunting a win in his final home game.
Sunday, November 19, 2006
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