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ACC: Clemson clinches conference title game berth

Tigers push winning streak to six with a 34-21 win over Virginia.

November 22, 2009

at No. 18 Clemson 34, Virginia 21: C.J. Spiller scored a touchdown in his final game at Death Valley and the Tigers, who have won six in a row, wrapped up their first trip to the ACC title game. Clemson, who will play Georgia Tech in two weeks for the ACC title at Tampa, Fla., won the Atlantic Division as it kicked off Saturday because of North Carolina's victory over Boston College

at No. 16 Virginia Tech 38, North Carolina State 10: Ryan Williams ran for 120 yards and four touchdowns for the Hokies, who also got a career-best day from wide receiver Jarrett Boykin, who caught six passes for 164 yards and a touchdown, and from linebacker Cody Grimm, who forced two fumbles. Virginia Tech is still on pace for its sixth straight 10-win season.

at No. 21 Miami 34, Duke 16: Jacory Harris threw for 348 yards and two touchdowns, Darryl Sharpton capped his final home game with a 73-yard interception return for a score, and the Hurricanes staved off a Blue Devils challenge for the fourth straight year. Miami is trying for its first 10-win season since 2003.

at Florida State 29, Maryland 26: Lonnie Pryor ran for a pair of touchdowns, including a three-yard run with 32 seconds left, and the Seminoles became bowl-eligible for the 28th straight year.

North Carolina 31, at Boston College 13: Cam Thomas and Kendric Burney each had defensive touchdowns and the Tar Heels scored three times in a span of 2 minutes 19 seconds to open a 21-point lead and hold on to beat the Eagles.

-- associated press

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