The 2023 ACC regular season in the books.

Florida State picked up a big win over Florida in Week 13 while Louisville stumbled at home in its rivalry game. Elsewhere at the top of the list, Clemson and NC State continued their impressive finish to the 2023 campaign.

Here’s an updated look at Saturday Road’s ACC power rankings entering conference championship weekend:

14. Wake Forest (Last week: 14)

A nightmare year for Wake Forest finally comes to an end. This season snaps Wake’s program-record of 7 consecutive bowl appearances.

13. Pitt (Last week: 13)

The only positive for Pitt this season is that Nate Yarnell played very well to close out the 2023 season. It will be interesting to see if Yarnell can win the starting job this offseason or if the Panthers will look for a quarterback in the transfer portal.

12. Virginia (Last week: 9)

Virginia showed some fight over the second half of the season, but the Cavaliers ended the year on a rough note with their loss to Virginia Tech. It should be an interesting offseason preparing for Anthony Colandrea to take over the offense full-time next season.

11. Boston College (Last week: 11)

Boston College had three straight defeats to end the season, but the Eagles are going bowling thanks to a 6-3 start.

10. Syracuse (Last week: 12)

Credit to Syracuse for winning in Week 13 to earn a bowl berth for a second straight season.

9. Duke (Last week: 7)

Duke closed out the season with a win, but then lost its head coach a few days later with Mike Elko going to Texas A&M. It will be interesting to see how the Blue Devils try to maintain the success that Elko had in Durham.

8. North Carolina (Last week: 5)

North Carolina’s collapse continued with a 39-20 loss to NC State over the weekend. For the second straight year, the Tar Heels completely fell apart in November.

7. Miami (Last week: 10)

Miami ended the year on a high note by blowing out Boston College in Week 13.

6. Virginia Tech (Last week: 8)

Statement made, Virginia Tech. The Hokies smashed Virginia in Week 13 and will be going bowling. They also went 4-4 in ACC play and appear to be heading in the right direction under Brent Pry.

5. Georgia Tech (Last week: 6)

Georgia Tech lost in Week 13, but it played a close game against Georgia. The Yellow Jackets also benefit from another disastrous performance from North Carolina to close out the season.

4. Clemson (Last week: 3)

Oh, what could have been for this Clemson team. The advanced stats (for the most part) have liked Clemson all season long, but the Tigers didn’t start playing like it until November. The Tigers have won four in a row entering bowl season.

3. NC State (Last week: 4)

NC State has now won five in a row and clearly look like a top team in the ACC. The Wolfpack can win 10 games this season for the first time since 2002 if they win their bowl game.

2. Louisville (Last week: 2)

I’m going to keep Louisville at No. 2 this week despite a brutal loss to Kentucky in Week 13. It’s still been a great season for the Cardinals, but failing to beat a mediocre Kentucky team at home with a chance to go 11-1 will sting for awhile.

1. Florida State (Last week: 1)

No Jordan Travis, no problem (mostly). The Noles fell behind 12-0 but were able to pull off the comeback in Gainesville on Saturday night. FSU is (likely) one win away from reaching the College Football Playoff.