Halfway through the season, and the ACC isn't completely crazy yet.
In the Coastal, the three teams that control their destiny are VT (3-0), UVA (2-1), and Pitt (2-1). UVA's conference loss was from the Atlantic, and Pitt's loss was to UNC. Since UNC is 1-2, that puts Pitt back in control of their destiny.
Miami (2-1) and Duke (1-1) are still alive, but need help. Miami needs a UVA loss, and Duke needs two VT losses.
GT (1-3) is sitting at the bottom of the division. And that record is interesting, because they will be eliminated with a loss and a VT win. And look at what the next game is for both of them. They would be 1-4, and we would be 4-0. They wouldn't be able to get a better record than us, and we would have the head-to-head. Maybe they would have a slight chance if the entire division pulls a #goacc and ends up 4-4, but that's not a rabbit hole worth pursuing this early in the season.
The Atlantic has Clemson (3-0) and NC State (2-0) at the top, which is fun because they play against each other next week.
BC is at 2-1 and needs two NC State losses to regain control of their destiny.
Syracuse (1-2), FSU (1-3), and Wake Forest (0-2) are all sitting in that middle spot where they probably don't have a chance at the division, but they haven't been mathematically eliminated yet.
Louisville is 0-4, and will be eliminated with a loss plus a Clemson win. But go figure, they're on a bye next week, so it's not going to happen yet.
*All records mentioned here are conference records only, as that is all that applies for winning the division.