Another week of the college football season is in the rear view mirror.

Several teams have already established themselves atop the statistical leaderboards in the ACC.

For example, Pittsburgh has a comfortable advantage in points per game going into its Week 8 contest with Clemson. Similarly, the Tigers lead the ACC in yards per play allowed at just 4.38.

Wake Forest, the ACC’s only remaining undefeated team, ranks highly in the conference in two key areas: second in scoring offense (38.7 points per game) and first in turnover margin (+8).

Here’s a more complete look at the ACC’s team statistical leaderboards heading into Week 8:

Offensive leaders

Scoring offense

1. Pittsburgh: 48.3 points per game
2. Wake Forest: 38.7 points per game
3. North Carolina: 36.9 points per game

Yards per play

1. Pittsburgh: 6.82 yards per play
2. North Carolina: 6.76 yards per play
3. Virginia: 6.75 yards per play

Passing offense

1. Virginia: 405.9 yards per game
2. Pittsburgh: 358.0 yards per game
3. Miami: 275.2 yards per game

Rushing offense

1. Syracuse: 231.71 yards per game
2. Florida State: 207.5 yards per game
3. Duke: 204.29 yards per game

Defensive Leaders

Yards per play allowed

1. Clemson: 4.38 yards per play
2. North Carolina State: 4.63 yards per play
3. Syracuse: 4.7 yards per play

Turnover margin

1. Wake Forest: +8
2. Pittsburgh: +4
2. Clemson and North Carolina State: +3

Opponent 3rd down conversion

1. North Carolina State: 25.29 percent
2. Pittsburgh: 27.5 percent
3. Boston College: 29.58 percent