Dec. 8, 2009
The 12th-ranked Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets defeated the No. 25 Clemson Tigers, 39-34, in the Dr. Pepper ACC Championship Game Saturday night in Tampa, earning an automatic BCS berth and an invitation to the FedEx Orange Bowl. ACC All Access has highlights from the championship and previews the seven ACC bowl games, including:
- Pittsburgh vs. North Carolina - Meineke Car Care Bowl
- Boston College vs. USC - Emerald Bowl
- Kentucky vs. Clemson - Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl
- Miami vs. Wisconsin - Champs Sports Bowl
- Virginia Tech vs. Tennessee - Chick-fil-A Bowl
- West Virginia vs. Florida State - Konica Minolta Gator Bowl
- Iowa vs. Georgia Tech - FedEx Orange Bowl
And ACC All Access reviews three fall championships: The 2009 ACC Cross Country Championships, where NC State took home the men's title and Florida State won the women's crown; and the Men's Soccer Championship, at which the Virginia men's soccer team recorded its eighth consecutive shutout, beating NC State, 1-0.
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