As week four comes to a close, there appears to be a big gap between the teams atop the conference and those searching for answers. Although several teams came out of the woodwork as powerhouses, others teams struggled to end the week with a victory.
Duke 47, Tulane 13
The Blue Devils (4-0) rose above the Green Wave (1-3) to obtain their best start in 10 years and end nonconference play on a high note, taking advantage of several Tulane miscues to cruise to victory. Duke will begin ACC play next week at Miami in its toughest test so far this season.
No. 1 Florida State 23, No. 22 Clemson 17
In the most action-packed game of the week, No. 22 Clemson (1-2) met No. 1 Florida State (3-0), who was without quarterback Jameis Winston after the reigning Heisman Trophy winner was suspended for the entirety of the game. Backup quarterback Sean Maguire managed to fill in adequately with 305 passing yards, but also threw two interceptions... Read more