Dan Ennis kicked a 31-yard field goal as time ran out, lifting visiting Maryland to its fourth straight victory, a 13-12 win over No. 19 Clemson yesterday that kept the Terrapins alive in the Atlantic Coast Conference title race.
Maryland (7-2, 4-1) kept Clemson's powerful running game in check, but it looked as if it wouldn't matter after Jad Dean kicked his fourth field goal with 2:25 left to put the Tigers (7-3, 4-3) ahead, 12-10.
But Sam Hollenbach drove Maryland 54 yards to Clemson's 12 to set up Ennis's game-winner, which left the Terps tied with Wake Forest atop the Atlantic Division.
Clemson's powerful tailback tandem of James Davis and C.J. Spiller was held in check. Davis had 90 yards -- including a 42-yard run early in the game -- and Spiller 41.
Georgia Tech 31, N.C. State 23 -- Reggie Ball threw four touchdown passes -- two to Calvin Johnson -- and the No. 20 Yellow Jackets denied the host Wolfpack's bid for a third win this season against a ranked team.
Tashard Choice had a career-high 164 yards on 34 carries, Ball was 13-of-35 passing for 215 yards, and Johnson had nine catches for a personal-best 168 yards to help Georgia Tech (7-2, 5-1) remain on track to win the league's Coastal Division.
Virginia Tech 17, Miami 10 -- Brandon Ore ran for two TDs, including an 8-yard game-winner with 1:39 left, to carry the No. 23 Hokies (7-2, 4-2) past the host Hurricanes.
Florida St. 33, Virginia 0 -- Tony Carter returned an interception 35 yards for a TD 74 seconds into the game, and the host Seminoles (5-4, 3-4) snapped a two-game skid.
Navy 38, Duke 13 -- At Durham, N.C., Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada ran for 119 yards and a touchdown and threw for a score as the Midshipmen (6-3) clinched a fourth straight bowl appearance for the first time.