Can I give a helmet sticker to James Madison? ...
Here are this week's top performers in the ACC:
Wake Forest safety Alex Frye: He had two interceptions, a forced fumble and four tackles in Wake Forest’s 54-48 win over Duke on Saturday. Frye’s first interception led to a Wake Forest touchdown which put the Deacons ahead 21-14 in the second quarter. His second interception, also in the second quarter, was returned 28 yards to the Duke 16 and the Demon Deacons scored two players later for a 35-21 lead. Frye has now intercepted a pass in each of his last three games dating back to last season. He has five career interceptions and three this season.
BC's defense. The Eagles held Kent State to 4 rushing yards and forced five turnovers in a 26-13 win. Kent State had two fumbles and three interceptions. Alex Albright had his first career interception, and Wes Davis also picked off a pass for the Eagles.
Virginia coach Mike London. He has already proven himself as an FBS coach. London took his team across the country -- a team picked to finish last in the ACC -- and put it in position to beat No. 16 USC. He flew the Cavaliers out there on Thursday, took them to the Coliseum on Friday to help ease their nerves, and almost beat the Trojans on Saturday. There were one too many mistakes and penalties, but it was a gritty effort to be commended.
Maryland's defense.The Terps held Morgan State to just 85 total yards and forced three turnovers in a 62-3 rout. It was the fewest yards allowed under coach Ralph Friedgen. Freshmen Matt Robinson and David Mackall were Maryland's leading tacklers with seven each. Demetrius Hartsfield's pick-six in the second quarter was Maryland's first since Alex Wujciak scored on a 70-yard interception return on Nov. 14, 2009 at NC State.
NC State linebacker Audi Cole. He led the team with 12 tackles, including 3.5 for loss (19 yards), one sack (10 yards) and an interception in the Pack's 28-21 win over UCF.