This article is part of our Week In Review series.
It was another strange week in college football, and what happened in the ACC certainly was no exception.
Clemson shut down Russell Wilson and North Carolina State's potent offense to come up with a 14-13 win at home. Wilson produced less than 250 yards of total offense in the loss.
Elsewhere, North Carolina's T.J. Yates' record-setting day helped the Heels pull off a huge road win at Florida State Saturday. Yates threw for 439 yards and three scores, while his Florida State counterpart Christian Ponder passed for 264 yards and three touchdowns.
In that same game, North Carolina's Dwight Jones had another huge day, totaling eight receptions for 233 yards and a touchdown.
The biggest offensive explosion of Week 10 in the ACC came from two unlikely sources: Virginia and Duke.
Virginia's Marc Verica threw for 417 yards and four touchdowns, but Duke's Desmond Scott ran for a 35-yard touchdown in the final minute to help the Blue Devils prevailed 55-48 over the Cavaliers. Although Scott had the game-winner, it was Virginia's Keith Payne who was the most impressive runner in the match, as he ran for 121 yards and two touchdowns while adding a third touchdown on a reception.