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UNC Picked Fourth in ACC Coastal Division

The ACC preseason poll is out and UNC has been picked to finish fourth in the Coastal Division in what looks like a fair amount of vote splitting.

UNC received 27 first place votes, one of six teams to get a nod for the top of the division. The Tar Heels finished one point behind third place Virginia Tech. Miami was the choice to win the division followed by Duke. Georgia Tech, Pitt and Virginia(the only team not to receive a first place vote) rounded out the lineup in the Coastal. Given the significant fracturing of the vote in the Coastal it stands to reason any one of four or five teams could win it.

In the Atlantic Division, FSU was picked to win the division and  the ACC Championship by a wide margin.

Here is the full list via the ACC.

Coastal Division(first place votes in parenthesis)

1. Miami(26) - 614 points
2. Duke(33) - 597
3. Virginia Tech(23) - 571
4. North Carolina(27) - 570
5. Georgia Tech(1) - 322
6. Pitt(2) - 319
7. Virginia - 142

Atlantic Division(first place votes in parenthesis)

1. FSU(109) - 780 points
2. Clemson(3) - 660
3. Louisville - 564
4. Syracuse - 368
5. NC State - 326
6. Boston College - 301
7. Wake Forest - 136

ACC Champion

1. FSU - 104 votes
2. Clemson - 2 votes
3. Virgina Tech - 2 votes

In the vote for ACC player of the year FSU QB Jameis Winston was the overwhelming choice collecting 99 out of 108 votes. Clemson DE Vic Beasley picked up six votes with Miami's Duke Johnson, Duke's Jamison Crowder and Virginia Tech's Brenden Motley all getting a vote apiece.