Georgia Tech moved up one spot to No. 10 in the BCS standings released Sunday.
The Yellow Jackets are highest-ranked ACC team in the BCS, and need only to defeat Wake Forest on Saturday and Duke on Nov. 14 to earn a spot in the ACC Championship game on Dec. 5 in Tampa, Fla. Should Tech win that game, it will appear in the Orange Bowl in Miami.
Tech defeated Vanderbilt 56-31 on Saturday in Nashville. It was the Yellow Jackets' sixth consecutive victory and improved their record to 8-1 overall.
Florida stayed at No. 1, but Texas moved to No. 2 ahead of Alabama. Iowa was No. 4, followed by Cincinnati, TCU, Boise State, Oregon and LSU.