This article is part of our Week In Review series.
It was a fairly quiet week in the ACC, but several wide receivers produced noteworthy performances.
Maryland's Torrey Smith caught seven passes for 157 yards and a touchdown against Virginia as the Terps continued their hot streak, while Miami's Leonard Hankerson racked up 132 yards and a score on just three receptions in the win over Georgia Tech. Elsewhere, North Carolina State's Owen Spencer finished with seven grabs for 138 yards and a touchdown against Wake Forest.
The guy throwing Spencer the ball, star quarterback Russell Wilson, set the pace for the quarterbacks in the ACC. He finished the blowout against Wake Forest with over 300 yards of offense while accounting for four touchdowns.
Just one week after torching Florida State for 439 yards and three touchdowns, T.J. Yates and the North Carolina passing game were smothered by Virginia Tech. Emerging star wideout Dwight Jones was held to just a four-yard catch despite totaling 612 yards and three touchdowns in the four games before that.
It's been a difficult season for the Oklahoma Sooners, who took out some frustration against an imploding Texas Tech squad Saturday. Landry Jones threw for over 300 yards and tossed five touchdowns, three to star receiver Ryan Broyles.
Elsewhere, a fantastic running back battle broke out in the Lone Star State. Baylor's Jay Finley ran for 169 yards and three scores, while Cyrus Gray totaled 137 yards and four scores on the ground to lead a revitalized Texas A&M team