We're still too far away from a circle of suck on either side of the ACC, with three teams undefeated in conference, and three teams with no conference wins.
But, we are close to seeing some teams officially eliminated from contention.
UNC is 0-4 in conference. We can knock them completely out. Technically, it would require Miami (currently 3-0) to win, but I highly doubt that a team with a losing conference record will win the division.
The loser of Pitt (0-3) at Duke (1-3) will also be eliminated a Miami win. Well, Pitt might still have an outside chance if they can force a multi-way tie at 4-4, but it's way too early to worry about those kinds of situations. Duke will definitely be out with a loss and Miami win.
Louisville at 1-3 is most likely out. In order to regain control of their destiny, they need 2 BC losses, 3 Clemson losses, and 4 NC State losses, in addition to Syracuse losing another game. Otherwise, they would have to rely on a boatload of tiebreakers with teams that end at 5-3. Both NC State and Clemson have four conference wins, and one of them is guaranteed a fifth since they have yet to play each other. Louisville is definitely eliminated with their next loss.