ACC power rankings have been updated for Week 10.

October is in the books, and now all 14 ACC programs are preparing to play this weekend with plenty still to fight for in most cases.

Clemson-Notre Dame is arguably the game of the week, while Florida State-Miami is sure to garner plenty of interest as well. North Carolina also has a chance to clinch the Coastal this weekend. The Noles, Duke and Louisville could each secure bowl eligibility with a victory.

Here’s Saturday Road’s updated power rankings for Week 10:

14. Boston College (Last week: 12)

UConn? Seriously?

13. Virginia Tech (Last week: 14)

Virginia Tech should have picked up a ranked win over NC State last week, but the Hokies’ offense couldn’t get anything going when it mattered. That’s been the theme of the season for Virginia Tech so far.

12. Virginia (Last week: 13)

Virginia somehow manages to move up a spot this week despite losing a dreadful game — arguably the worst of the year — to Miami last week. The Cavs can thank Boston College for the promotion.

11. Georgia Tech (Last week: 9)

Georgia Tech got blown out by Florida State in Week 9 so it jumps back a couple spots in these rankings. The good news is that true freshman quarterback Zach Pyron acquitted himself relatively well, given the circumstances.

10. Pittsburgh (Last week: 10)

Pitt hung around with North Carolina through three quarters last week, but that’s about the nicest thing you can say about this program right now. The Panthers are 1-3 in ACC play.

9. Miami (Last week: 11)

Miami jumps back two more spots this week despite beating Virginia in Week 9. The Canes got it done in arguably the most ugly way possible — a 14-12, quadruple overtime win that included no touchdowns for either team. Miami’s chances vs. Florida State depend on if it will have a healthy Tyler Van Dyke or not.

8. Duke (Last week: 7)

Duke slides back one spot to make room for Louisville. The Blue Devils were off last week but can clinch bowl eligibility on Saturday vs. Boston College.

7. Louisville (Last week: 8)

Where did this Louisville team come from? Eight takeaways against Wake Forest? The Cardinals can clinch bowl eligibility — something that seemed like a pipe-dream a month ago — this week against James Madison.

6. Syracuse (Last week: 3)

Another week, another loss. Syracuse jumps back three spots this week after its second straight loss to Notre Dame. The Orange are also dealing with key injuries to star players like Garrett Shrader and Garrett Williams. Syracuse is an underdog at Pitt this week.

5. NC State (Last week: 5)

NC State looked like it was dead and buried, and then MJ Morris flipped the switch. Morris’ second-half performance against Virginia Tech saved the Wolfpack’s bid for a 10-win season and gave the program something to hope for without Devin Leary. Things are looking up in Raleigh.

4. Wake Forest (Last week: 2)

What a nightmare game for Sam Hartman and Wake Forest. It seems like the Demon Deacons are good for one of these every season. Wake Forest will try to get back on track this week vs. NC State.

3. Florida State (Last week: 6)

Florida State with a big jump up to No. 3 this week after its blowout win over Georgia Tech. The jump has more to do with the teams the Noles moved ahead of, but it was still an extremely impressive showing in Week 9. Up next: a rivalry showdown at Miami under the lights at Hard Rock Stadium.

2. North Carolina (Last week: 4)

North Carolina took care of business against Pitt last week, and could clinch the Coastal as early as this weekend. The Tar Heels go on the road at Virginia as Drake Maye looks to pad his stats for a Heisman Trophy run.

1. Clemson (Last week: 1)

Clemson was off this week, but received some good news from the selection committee in the form of a No. 4 ranking. The Tigers are the only ACC team in the top 15.