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ACC teams are 27-5 versus opponents from outside the conference, including considerable success against ranked opponents.
Steve Phillips, Special to theACC.com
Over the last two years, the ACC owns seven victories over ranked nonconference opponents, tied for the most of any league. Six different ACC teams have beaten a ranked nonconference opponent over the last two years, also tied for the most nationally. Two ACC teams will attempt to add to that total on Saturday, as Virginia travels to No. 21 BYU (3:30 p.m.; ESPN) and Miami faces No. 24 Nebraska (8 pm.; ESPN2).
Other nonconference games involving ACC teams on Saturday include Iowa at Pitt (noon; ESPU), Maryland at Syracuse (12:30 p.m.; ACC Network), Tulane at Duke (12:30 p.m.; RSN), Maine at Boston College (1 p.m.; ESPN3); North Carolina at East Carolina (3:30 p.m.; EPNU); Louisville at FIU (3:30 p.m.; Fox Sports 1), Army at Wake Forest (3:30 p.m.; ESPN3) and Presbyterian at NC State (6 p.m.; ESPN3).
Of Note ...
Wins Over Top 10 Teams
Wins Against Ranked Opponents Over the Last Two Years
ACC – 5
AAC – 1
Big 12 – 1
Big Ten – 1
Pac 12 – 1
SEC – 1
Nonconference Wins and Schedule