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    Sunday, November 25, 2007

    Boston College And Virginia Tech To Square Off In ACC Championship

    Sean Glennon threw for 260 yards and the other half of Virginia Tech's quarterback rotation, Tyrod Taylor, ran for two touchdowns, as the No. 8 Hokies won the biggest game in the history of its rivalry with Virginia 33-21 on Saturday to advance to the ACC championship game.

    Key Stat Of The Game: Virginia Tech was 4-4 on FGs.


    Boston College ended a 15-game losing streak against Miami. Matt Ryan threw for 369 yards and three touchdowns Saturday to send the Eagles into the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game with a 28-14 win.

    This was BC's first victory over Miami since the 1984 "Hail Flutie" pass that ended one of the greatest games in college football history. No. 15 BC (10-2, 6-2 ACC) will play in the conference title game Dec. 1 in Jacksonville, Fla., against Virginia Tech, which beat Virginia 33-21 Saturday for the Coastal Division title.

    Key Stat Of The Game: Matt Ryan threw for 369 yards and 3 TDs.

    Wake Forest spoiled Vanderbilt's hopes of a bowl game as Alphonso Smith had two interceptions to lead a Wake Forest defense that forced five turnovers and beat Vanderbilt 31-17 on Saturday.

    Key Stat Of The Game: Vanderbilt had five turnovers which included three fumbles lost and two interceptions.

    Lance Ball and Keon Lattimore rushed for two touchdowns apiece as Maryland routed North Carolina State 37-0 on Saturday. The Terrapins (6-6, 3-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) posted their first shutout since 2004 and became bowl eligible for the second consecutive year. They scored on four straight possessions in the first half.

    Key Stat Of The Game: NC State was 1-13 on third downs.

    Greg Little ran for a career-high 154 yards and the go-ahead 25-yard score in overtime to lead North Carolina past Duke 20-14 on Saturday.

    Key Stat Of The Game: North Carolina had 174 rushing yards.


    Matthew Stafford ran for one touchdown and threw for another, Thomas Brown rushed for 130 yards, and Georgia (No. 7 BCS, No. 6 AP) seemed to catch every break in stretching its winning streak to seven in a row over Georgia Tech with a 31-17 victory Saturday.

    Key Stat Of The Game: Georgia had 201 yards rushing and scored 3 TDs on the ground.

    Mark Buchholz hit a 35-yard field as time expired to give No. 21 Clemson a 23-21 victory over South Carolina and leave Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier with the longest losing streak of his college career.

    Key Stat Of The Game: Clemson rushed for 216 yards.

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