TALLAHASSEE -- Five days after slipping past Virginia Tech's secondary for a game-winning, 39-yard touchdown, Rashad Greene was honored Monday afternoon by the ACC with Player of the Week honors. He was named the Offensive Receiver of the Week.

The sophomore was one of two Seminoles who were recognized by the conference following No. 10 FSU's 28-22 come-from-behind victory Thursday night. With the win, the Seminoles kept alive their conference championship hopes and their BCS bowl dreams. With a win this week at Maryland, they will head back to the ACC Championship game for the second time in three seasons.

In all, Greene finished the game with a season-high 125 yards on six receptions. He also had two touchdowns.

Along with Greene, defensive end Cornellius "Tank" Carradine was named the Defensive Lineman of the Week for his 11-tackle effort that included a sack. It was Carradine's second time claiming the honor this season.

Check out more on both players' recognition by reading the blurbs on them provided by the ACC below:

Wide Receiver -  Rashad Greene, Soph., Albany, Ga.

Greene turned a quick slant pass from FSU quarterback EJ Manuel into the game-winning touchdown as he ran through and away from the Virginia Tech defense for a 39-yard TD catch-and-dash with 40 seconds remaining. The second TD catch of the night by Greene delivered FSU a 28-22 road win in Blacksburg, Va. Greene finished the night with six receptions for 125 yards – his first 100-yard receiving game of the season – and a pair of scores. His 25-yard TD reception of a Manuel pass with 48 seconds remaining in the first half, also erased a deficit and sent FSU into the locker room with a 13-10 lead.
 
Defensive End – Cornellius Carradine, Sr., Cincinnati, Ohio

Carradine turned in one of the most productive games of his two-year FSU career, leading the Seminoles with 11 tackles in their 28-22 road win at Virginia Tech on Thursday night. His career-high 11 tackles – six solos and five assists – also included his ninth sack and 10th tackle for loss of the season. Teaming with Bjoern Werner to form one of the most productive defensive end tandems in the country, the Cincinnati native has helped the Florida State defense climb to No. 1 nationally in total defense and rank among the top four in each major statistical category. Carradine is currently tied with linebacker Christian Jones for the team lead in tackles with 64 and is bidding to become the first FSU defensive lineman to lead the team since All-American Reinard Wilson in 1996.

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