ACC 2023 Football Power Rankings: Where did Virginia Tech finish?

Now that the 2023 college football season is over for the ACC, where did Virginia Tech finish after the conference completed all of its bowl games in the ACC Football Power Rankings?

2023 ACC Championship - Louisville v Florida State
2023 ACC Championship - Louisville v Florida State / Isaiah Vazquez/GettyImages
facebooktwitterreddit
Prev
4 of 5
Next

. 6. . 434. 8-5. . ACC. . .

The Blue Devils started the season well, beating Clemson, then Notre Dame, but an injury to quarterback Riley Leonard slowly had a trickle effect and they finished with five losses. Head coach Mike Elko left for Texas A&M and they hired former Miami coach Manny Diaz. Duke beat Troy in the 76 Birmingham Bowl to finish the season on a high note.

. . . 7-6. . . ACC. . 447. 5

The Hokies rebounded from a tough start in their four non-conference games to go 5-3 in the ACC, recorded five blowout wins, and then took down No. 23 Tulane, 41-20, in the Military Bowl. Next season head coach Brent Pry brings back most of his team, they have added depth in the transfer portal and their skilled position players will have a full offseason in Blacksburg. A favorable schedule means nine wins are not of the question for Virginia Tech.

9-4. . . . . 432. ACC. . 4.

After losing to Duke on Labor Day night, then sitting at 4-4, it was quite the turnaround for Dabo Swinney and the Tigers. They won their final five games, including beating Kentucky, 38-35, in the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl. Expect Clemson to be back on the rise next season in the ACC.