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The Clemson-Louisville game, featuring college football's two best quarterbacks, will be remembered as an instant classic.
There was a lot of brilliant play at the cornerback position in the ACC this season, which made picking our top two very difficult.
Clemson has a shot to win the national title it came up short of last season, but that's not the only bowl matchup of interest involving an ACC team.
Lamar Jackson edges out Deshaun Watson at QB. DeMarcus Walker bests Christian Wilkins at DE. Assembling the All-ACC team required some tough choices.
Clemson left no doubt that it's the top team in the ACC, but as the No. 2 seed in the College Football Playoff, it will aim to finish No. 1 nationally.
With Clemson and Florida State already bowl underdogs, it seems to be prove-it time again in the ACC, no matter how much the conference has evolved.
Rittenberg predicts Georgia Tech over UK
Are there any teams that have had more on-field drama than Georgia Tech and Kentucky? ESPN's Adam Rittenberg doesn't think so and predicts a wild game and a Yellow Jackets win in the TaxSlayer Bowl. Bowl Predictions
The Wildcats finished the season as one of the SEC's hottest teams, and they'll try to keep it going versus a Georgia Tech team shooting for nine wins.
In just his third day on the job, Georgia Tech's new athletic director made it clear he's a big fan of football coach Paul Johnson.
Sophomore Marcus Marshall, the leading rusher for Georgia Tech this season, says he'll transfer to another school.
With Clemson in the top four of the playoff rankings, Florida State is projected for the Orange Bowl as the ACC's next highest-ranked team.
Jackets bound for Jacksonville
Mark Schlabach and Brett McMurphy both project Georgia Tech to the TaxSlayer Bowl at EverBank Field on Dec. 31. The opponent? Either Arkansas or Kentucky. Bowl projections
Clemson has a playoff spot in its grasp. Meanwhile, Florida State and Louisville are in a fight just to make a New YearÃ
Qua Searcy leaped into the end zone for a 6-yard touchdown with 30 seconds left on what appeared to be a busted play, capping a fourth-quarter comeback that carried Georgia Tech to a stunning 28-
Tech takes lead in final minute, wins
Georgia Tech's Qua Searcy took off for the go-ahead TD with 30 seconds left in the game. The Yellow Jackets held on to beat Georgia 28-27.
Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer
It wasn't a freshman mistake, but Jacob Eason threw an errant pass that was picked off as Georgia was killing the clock. A broken-down QB throwback for Georgia Tech led to Qua Searcy leaping 12 feet and over an UGA defender for the game-winning score in Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate. This upset should make a strong first impression on GT's new athletic director for Paul Johnson.
Georgia Tech @ Kentucky Wildcats
EverBank Field - Sat 12/31