For the first time this season, Saturday Road’s power rankings have a new No. 1 team.

North Carolina jumps into that spot this week following Clemson’s blowout loss to Notre Dame. The Tigers haven’t played up to their standard in recent weeks, while the Tar Heels continue to roll.

Louisville and NC State also made big moves up the rankings this week while Miami continues its free-fall.

Here’s Saturday Road’s updated power rankings entering Week 11:

14. Boston College (Last week: 14)

Boston College remains in the basement this week following its loss to Duke last week. If there’s a silver lining, it’s that backup quarterback Emmett Morehead looked capable of replacing Phil Jurkovec in the future.

13. Virginia Tech (Last week: 13)

Virginia Tech probably should have beaten Georgia Tech over the weekend, but the Hokies couldn’t get it done. Another close, disappointing loss on the board in Brent Pry’s first season.

12. Virginia (Last week: 12)

Virginia holds at No. 12 after the Cavaliers played North Carolina tough last weekend. The bar has been set fairly low for this Cavaliers team.

11. Miami (Last week: 9)

Miami suffered the worst home defeat in the history of its rivalry series with Florida State this weekend. Year 1 of Mario Cristobal has been a failure.

10. Syracuse (Last week: 6)

Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Syracuse has now lost three straight games and is dealing with a rash of injuries.

9. Georgia Tech (Last week: 11)

Georgia Tech moves up two spots thanks to a big win over Virginia Tech. It’s not likely, but the Yellow Jackets still have a chance at reaching a bowl game. They’ve been a different team under Brent Key.

8. Pittsburgh (Last week: 10)

Pitt moves up two spots after defeating a beaten-down Syracuse team over the weekend. The Panthers still need one more win to earn bowl eligibility.

7. Duke (Last week: 8)

It wasn’t easy, but Duke beat Boston College last Friday night and secured bowl eligibility. Duke’s offense is legit.

6. Wake Forest (Last week: 4)

Two games, 11 turnovers. That’s been the story of November so far for the Demon Deacons. They get a vulnerable North Carolina defense this week.

5. Louisville (Last week: 7)

Louisville has suddenly won four in a row and could be a major threat to Clemson in Death Valley this weekend.

4. NC State (Last week: 5)

NC State moves up a spot after picking up a win vs. Wake Forest in Week 10. MJ Morris looks like the real deal.

3. Florida State (Last week: 3)

Florida State rolled Miami, earning its second-straight blowout win. The Noles are playing as well as anyone right now.

2. Clemson (Last week: 1)

All of Clemson’s issues came to the surface last weekend in South Bend. It was a brutal night for the Tigers, but this is still one of the best teams in the ACC.

1. North Carolina (Last week: 2)

North Carolina takes over the top spot this week. The Tar Heels’ win over Virginia was a little too close for comfort, but it was still a good day for Drake Maye and, to a lesser extent, the Carolina defense. UNC can finish the season with a perfect 6-0 road record in Winston-Salem this weekend.