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Maryland's Ralph Friedgen is the Atlantic Coast Conference's coach of the year for the second time.
North Carolina State is just a win away from a division title that seemed improbable not so long ago.
The last two ACC first-team quarterbacks will meet for the first time when Joshua Nesbitt leads Georgia Tech against Russell Wilson and North Carolina State on Saturday.
The first year had the typical bumps of a coaching transition. The second ended with a bowl loss that secured a losing season. The third was an injury-riddled mess.