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Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich
There was only one game to choose from, and Virginia Tech was clearly the best team on the field. Here are this week's helmet sticker winners:
Virginia Tech QB Tyrod Taylor -- Not only was he the ACC championship MVP, but Taylor was the difference in the game and arguably the best player on the field. He made big plays with his feet, and also led the team in critical third-down situations. He had 84 yards passing on 11 of 19 completions, and scored two rushing touchdowns.
Virginia Tech CB Victor "Macho" Harris -- This was arguably one of his better games, and the fumble he forced on receiver Rich Gunnell as Gunnell was heading into the end zone was a game-changing play. Harris also had four punt returns for 27 yards, and had two pass break-ups.
Virginia Tech RB Darren Evans -- The young tailback did what almost everyone struggled to do against the Eagles' front seven -- run the football. He set ACC title game records for rushing yards (114) and attempts (31). His 30-yard run in the second quarter was the second-longest run from scrimmage in the game's young history.
Boston college receiver Rich Gunnell -- Despite his fumble, he had game-highs in catches (seven) and yards (114). His 16-yard touchdown reception with 1:29 left in the second quarter closed the Eagles' deficit to 14-7.