ACC bowl game projections following Week 10 of 2013 season

Following a big slate of games during Week 10 of the 2013 college football season, ESPN has updated its ACC bowl projections heading into Week 11.

Florida State’s huge, 41-14 win over Miami was awful for the Hurricanes, but fantastic for the conference on the whole. The win moved the Seminoles ahead of Oregon for the No. 2-spot in the BCS Standings. Should quarterback Jameis Winston and the rest of the Seminoles continue to win, and win big, they just might earn the chance to play for the crystal football.

If FSU makes the title game, the league will earn a second BCS berth in the Orange Bowl. Following Miami’s loss and Clemson’s huge win over Virginia, it is looking more and more like the Tigers will earn that spot.

Georgia Tech has won three straight games, but has already lost to Virginia Tech and Miami. Duke is bowl-eligible and could conceivably jump the Hokies and even Yellow Jackets with a couple more wins. Boston College earned a massive win over the Hokies and may be headed to the postseason in the team’s first year under Steve Addazio.

Check out the full ACC bowl game projections below.

VIZIO BCS National Championship Game, Jan. 6: Florida State
Discover Orange Bowl, Jan. 3: Clemson
Chick-fil-A Bowl, Dec. 31: Miami
Russell Athletic Bowl, Dec. 28: Georgia Tech
Hyundai Sun Bowl, Dec. 31: Virginia Tech
Belk Bowl, Dec. 28: Duke
Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, Dec. 30: Boston College
AdvoCare V100 Bowl, Dec. 31: Pitt
Military Bowl Presented By Northrop Grumman, Dec. 27: Maryland