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FSU Picked to Win the ACC in 2017

18 Julio 2017

In the Atlantic Division, Florida State led the way with 121 first-place votes and 1,108 total points.

Pitt (seven first-place votes) totaled 673 points, followed by North Carolina (four first-place votes) at 606, Duke (four first-place votes) at 473 and Virginia at 219. The Seminoles, Tigers and Cardinals were also the top three vote-getters to win the conference outright.

Miami lost at Virginia Tech 37-16 last season.

Not only is Trubisky gone, UNC will have to replace its top two running backs, top three wide receivers and three starters on the offensive line.

Florida State was the overwhelming pick to win the ACC championship this season, receiving 117 votes. Defending division champion Virginia Tech followed with 40 first-place votes and 932 points.

Florida State was also voted the favorite to win the ACC Championship. Of the 167 ballots submitted, 118 of them marked the Seminoles as the preseason favorites to win the conference.

Reigning Heisman Trophy victor Lamar Jackson was tabbed the Atlantic Coast Conference preseason player of the year and Louisville was picked to finish third in the conference's Atlantic Division, the league announced Monday. Oakleaf high school alum Shaq Quarterman received one vote for player of the year.

Miami is the Coastal Division favorite.

Virginia Tech, which claimed the Coastal Division title in coach Justin Fuente's first season last fall, was picked to finish second this year.

"I was really proud of them and the way they finished the season", Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson said.

"I think they understand what's expected of them and I think our coaches understand how I want things done, and everybody is bought in", Richt said of his second year at Miami at last week's ACC Kickoff.

FSU Picked to Win the ACC in 2017