ACC Quick Hits: Week 9

Published Oct. 27, 2012 3:18 p.m. EDT

Florida State vs. Duke: 48-7

-- Devonta Freeman rushed for 104 yards and two touchdowns while EJ Manuel added two scores and 282 yards on just eight completions. Florida State racked up 560 yards -- 299 in the air and 261 on the ground -- and converted 8 of 12 third downs.

-- Jela Duncan scored the Blue Devils' only touchdown, a three-yard score in the second quarter. He finished with 46 yards. Duke managed just 106 rushing yards as a team.

Georgia Tech vs. BYU: 17-41

-- BYU crashed Georgia Tech's homecoming, led by Jamaal Williams who rushed for two touchdowns in the opening half, and finished with 3 TDs and 108 rushing yards.

-- BYU quarterback Riley Nelson was intercepted by Isaiah Johnson for 22 yard for a touchdown in the second quarter, but returned to throw a touchdown in the fourth and finished with 204 yards.

-- Georgia Tech finished the game 0-10 on third down conversions, with just 157 total yards while surrendering 411.

North Carolina vs. N.C. State: 43-35

-- Giovanni Bernard returned a punt for a 73-yard touchdown with 13 seconds left in the fourth quarter to give UNC the victory over NC State. The Heels went for two following the score and recovered a fumble in the end zone to earn the extra points.

-- Mike Glennon played one of the best games of his career, with 467 passing yards and 5 touchdowns.

-- Glennon turned the game around for the Wolfpack with an 83-yard touchdown in the second quarter, and extended NSCU's lead to ten with a 55-yard score just before the fourth quarter.

Boston College vs. Maryland: 20-17

-- Boston College won the back-and-forth contest with a 14-yard touchdown pass from Chase Rettig to Johnathan Coleman with under a minute left in the fourth quarter.

-- Terrapins quarterback Caleb Rowe threw three interceptions and Brad Caddock missed a 35-yard field goal attempt in the first quarter to hinder the Maryland's offense.

-- Neither team had much success running the ball, with just 105 yards between the two teams. Boston College only gained 8 yards on the ground during the game.

Note: the following game took place on Thursday.

Clemson vs. Wake Forest: 42-13

-- Tajh Boyd set a school record for passing with 428 yards, including 5 touchdowns. He was helped by wide receiver Sammy Watkins, who caught 8 passes for 202 yards and a score.

-- Wake Forest was not prepared for the speed of the Tigers. Following the game, Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe said, "I don't know that we didn't respect (Clemson's speed). I think we didn't realize how fast those guys were."

-- The Deacons were overmatched from the opening snap. Forest's rushing game lost 23 yards in the entire first half. They have allowed 1,146 total yards to the only two top-25 teams they have played.