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Maryland (2-3, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), which entered the Clemson game having lost three of its four non-conference games, suddenly finds itself as the only team in the ACC's Atlantic Division without a league loss. You wouldn't have thought that "Maryland" and "first place" would go together after the first four games.

"This game with Wake (Saturday) is a very big game for us," Fridge said today. "Clemson and Florida State were the teams to beat in this division, and both of them have two losses now."

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Boston College, Wake Forest and N.C. State all have one loss in the division. The Terrapins and N.C. State are the only Atlantic Division teams to have played just one league game.

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