ACC Football Week 4: How We Did

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Sep 20, 2014; Greenville, NC, USA; East Carolina Pirates fans celebrate during the 4th quarter against the North Carolina Tar Heels at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium. The East Carolina Pirates defeated the North Carolina Tar Heels 70-41. Mandatory Credit: James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports

Much of ACC football Week 4 was NSFW, especially if you’re a team that plays in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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Meanwhile, East Carolina would be 2-0 in the ACC Coastal right now if it weren’t for that whole being-in-another-conference thing. As it stands, the rest of that division is probably lucky that the Pirates aren’t members.

As for the rest of the ACC, some ugliness abounded, while others actually took care of their business.

ACC Football Week 4: Still Soaring (to Glory)

Boston College 40, Maine 10. This game initially looked like it would be needlessly close for the home team, but they would close the game scoring 30 straight points to rout the visiting Black Bears. The Eagles rushed for another 413 yards, bringing them up to an average of over 336 rush yards per game. Your Boston College Eagles are 3-1, preparing for Colorado State.

ACC Football Week 4: Defense Optional

East Carolina 70, North Carolina 41. The Heels were thoroughly embarrassed out in Greenville on Saturday afternoon, not just losing to ECU, but being violated in lewd and inappropriate ways. For example, the Pirates had 789 yards of total offense against North Carolina. At least the Tar Heels were able to come up with 41 points on 439 total yards, but that’s not going to help them sleep at night. If I were a Heels fan, I would find it a thoroughly disgraceful effort. In fact, I’m not a Heels fan and I find it a thoroughly disgraceful effort.

ACC Football Week 4: Nice Try

BYU 41, Virginia 33. This is Virginia’s second competitive loss to a ranked team this season, this time falling to #21 BYU. The Hoos had somewhat of a Murderer’s Row early schedule with three ranked teams in the first four weeks; they’ll take 2-2 at this point. As for the game, Virginia’s offense did quite a lot between two quarterbacks (Greyson Lambert and Matt Johns), and had the ball a whopping 41 minutes. They were also minus-2 on turnovers, which was the difference in the Cougars’ favor.

Also, this game featured a combined 219 penalty yards. Ick.

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