A look at 5 things to watch in the Atlantic Coast Conference during Week 2 of the season:
— GAME OF THE WEEK: No. 12 Florida travels to Coastal Division favorite Miami, which could give third-year coach Al Golden a signature victory along with the same kind of national push that Clemson received by beating Georgia. In addition, these two heavyweight instate rivals might not meet again in regular-season games, with Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley pointing to scheduling demands in the Southeastern Conference and lost revenue from playing away from The Swamp in a home-and-home nonconference series.
— BEST MATCHUP: The coaching gamesmanship between Wake Forest and Boston College has been going on since April, when BC cancelled its spring game in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing. Wake Forest, not wanting to give new BC coach Steve Addazio any sort of advantage for Friday's game, went completely vanilla during its televised spring game by running only four different plays. Wake Forest stuck to the basics in a 31-7 romp of Presbyterian while BC edged Villanova 24-14 in Week 1.
— INSIDE THE NUMBERS: After missing last year with a knee injury, Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown accounted for five touchdowns — the most by a Maryland player in a decade — in the 43-10 win against Florida International. In addition, Maryland's 520 total yards were the most for the program in nearly eight years. Brown and the Terrapins could have a big day against Old Dominion, which allowed 52 points and 481 total yards in a shootout loss at East Carolina.
— LONGSHOT: Among the ACC teams playing FCS schools, North Carolina State could have a tough challenge from Richmond. The Spiders have a history of claiming big victories in the Triangle with three wins against Duke since 2006. In addition, the Wolfpack's new no-huddle offense is still taking shape after losing starting quarterback Brandon Mitchell to a foot injury early in the opener against Louisiana Tech.
— IMPACT PLAYER: Virginia defensive end Eli Harold could have a big say in whether the Cavaliers manage to slow second-ranked Oregon — or at least make the Ducks tap the brakes. Harold was one of nine freshmen to play last year and turned in a big game — 11 tackles, two sacks, a forced fumble — in last weekend's win against BYU. Oregon racked up 772 total yards — 500 on the ground — in coach Mark Helfrich's debut last week.
AP Sports Writers Aaron Beard and Joedy McCreary in Raleigh, N.C., contributed to this report