After down year, ACC finishes off a surprisingly successful bowl season
Wed Jan 2, 2013
The matchup wasn't sexy, with BCS buster Northern Illinois the opponent, but Florida State's 31-10 win over the Huskies late Tuesday night counted nonetheless, and with it ended the ACC's most successful bowl stretch in recent memory. The league, which has taken its hits for its sub-par BCS record, lack of national championship contenders and, just recently, rising vulnerability in realignment, finished off the 2012-13 bowl season solidly, going 4-2 in its matchups.
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