Football Bowl Subdivision

               === Georgia Tech qualifies for ACC title game ===
 Greensboro,  NC  (Sports  Network)  -  Georgia  Tech  will  play  in  the  ACC
 Championship Game in two weeks against Florida State.
 The  Yellow  Jackets were  awarded the  Coastal Division title  in the wake of
 Miami-Florida's  decision  to remove itself from postseason consideration. The
 Hurricanes  would have  tied for  the division  title with  a win  this coming
 Saturday  at Duke, but school officials decided to impose a postseason ban for
 a second straight year as an NCAA inquiry into compliance practices continues.
 North Carolina could also earn a tie for the division crown with a win against
 Maryland, but the Tar Heels are also ineligible for postseason play.
 Florida  State won  the Atlantic  Division crown  and sits  10-1 overall  this
 season  heading into  its  annual  showdown with  Florida  this Saturday.  The
 Seminoles will then make the trip to Charlotte for a matchup with Georgia Tech
 on Dec. 1 with a likely Orange Bowl berth on the line.
 Georgia Tech is 6-5 overall and will conclude its regular season this Saturday
 against arch-rival Georgia.
 Florida  State and Georgia  Tech will play in the ACC title game for the first
 time.  The schools last met in 2009, with Georgia Tech claiming a 49-44 win in
 11/19 12:46:36 ET

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