Clemson's Etienne, UNC's Howell earn ACC's individual awards

Clemson running back Travis Etienne (9) carries the ball against South Carolina's A.J. Turner during the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019, in Columbia, S.C.

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — Third-ranked Clemson had 16 players selected to the all-Atlantic Coast Conference football teams.

The ACC on Tuesday announced its all-conference team as determined by a panel of 46 media members and 14 head coaches.

Clemson running back Travis Etienne had a league-high 176 voting points after rushing for 1,386 yards this season and scoring an ACC-record 57 career touchdowns. He was joined by quarterback Trevor Lawrence and Boston College running back AJ Dillon in the backfield.

Wake Forest receiver Sage Surratt and older brother Chazz, a linebacker at North Carolina, both made the first team. They became the first brother combination to make the first team in the same year since twins Tiki and Ronde Barber of Virginia in 1996.

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