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Latest ACC Standings for Atlantic, Coastal Division with tiebreaker rules, remaining schedule, more

Here’s how the ACC looks as of now, and which games will matter to determine the conference champion in Charlotte.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 22 Syracuse at Clemson Photo by Joe Robbins/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Clemson Tigers and North Carolina Tar Heels are set to face each other in the ACC Championship on Saturday, December 3.

The Clemson Tigers remain undefeated in conference play, but haven’t done so without a few close scares against Syracuse and Wake Forest. UNC has losses to Georgia Tech and NC State in the ACC, while Clemson recently fell to South Carolina. Both teams have lost to Notre Dame.

The ACC announced that this season will be the last in which the conference is still split into divisions, but at the moment, each team plays eight in-conference games; six against divisional opponents and two against cross-division rivals. Five teams also play a ninth de-facto conference game against partial ACC member Notre Dame.

Here are the latest standings in the ACC ahead of the 2022 ACC Championship Game, scheduled to be held at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte on December 3.

Updated November 26, 4:30 p.m.

ACC Atlantic

1. Clemson: 8-0 ACC, 10-2 overall*
2. Florida State: 5-3 ACC, 9-3 overall
3. Louisville: 4-4 ACC, 7-5 overall
4. Wake Forest: 3-5 ACC, 7-5 overall
5. NC State: 4-4 ACC, 8-4 overall
6. Syracuse: 4-4 ACC, 7-5 overall
7. Boston College: 2-6 ACC, 3-9 overall

ACC Coastal

1. North Carolina: 6-2 ACC, 9-3 overall*
2. Pitt: 5-3 ACC, 8-4 overall
3. Duke: 5-3 ACC, 8-4 overall
4. Georgia Tech: 4-4 ACC, 5-7 overall
4. Miami (FL): 3-5 ACC, 5-7 overall
6. Virginia: 1-6 ACC, 3-7 overall
7. Virginia Tech: 1-6 ACC, 3-8 overall

ACC Championship Game: Clemson Tigers vs. North Carolina Tar Heels

Tiebreaker rules, two teams tied

1. Head-to-head competition between the two tied teams.

2. Win percentage of the tied teams within the division.

3. Head-to-head competition versus the team within the division with the best overall win percentage. (Divisional and non-divisional) and proceeding through the division. Multiple ties within the division will be broken from first-to-last using the league’s tiebreaking procedures.

4. Overall win percentage versus all common non-divisional opponents.

5. Combined win percentage vs. all non-divisional opponents.

6. Win percentage versus common non-divisional opponents based on their order of finish (overall conference win percentage) and proceeding through other common non-divisional teams based upon their divisional order of finish.

7. The tied team with the higher ranking by the Team Rating Score metric provided by SportSource Analytics following the conclusion of regular season games.

8. Representative chosen by a commissioner’s draw

Tiebreaker Rules, three or more teams tied

1. Combined head-to-head win percentage among the tied teams.

2. Win percentage of the tied teams within the division.

3. Head-to-head competition versus the team within the division with the best overall (divisional and non-divisional) Conference win percentage, and proceeding through the division. Multiple ties within the division will be broken first to last, using the league’s tie-breaker policies.

4. Combined win percentage versus all common non-divisional opponents.

5. Overall win percentage versus non-divisional opponents.

6. Win percentage versus common non-divisional opponents based upon their order of finish (overall win percentage) and proceeding through other common non-divisional opponents based upon their divisional order of finish.

7. The tied team with the higher ranking by the Team Rating Score metric provided by SportSource Analytics following the conclusion of regular season games.

8. Representative chosen by a commissioner’s draw.