ACC - Both divisions undecided Atlantic - currently it's a two horse race between FSU (6-0) and Clemson (5-1). These two teams are set to square off next week and that should be the deciding game so long as FSU takes care of NC St this weekend. Coastal - This one is locked up in the state of Virginia as new HC Reccheem has his Cavaliers (3-1) one game behind rival VaTech (4-0). These two teams will face off in three weeks with potentially the division on the line. VaTech needs big wins on the road against #23 Miami and Maryland to set the stage to host UVA. UVA has entered a 4 week gauntlet this weekend that starts with 3 back to back road games @#15 Clemson, @ GT, @ #8 VT before ending the season at home against Miami. Coach Reccheem sure has his work cut out for him but at least he seems to have his players believing that the division is within their reach. Should be an interesting couple weeks in the ACC. SEC Auburn has clinched the West with a big win over Mississippi last week 36-7. Auburn currently sits at #3 in the nation and has two big SEC games left with UGA and Bama. LSU only has two losses, but they are on the outside looking in as Auburn holds the tie breaker from their big week two win 38-36. Florida has clinched the East for the 3rd straight season (damn you Psycho otherwise it'd be 5 in a row!) Tennessee sits in 2nd with 3 conference losses. This should setup an interesting conference championship game as both teams have high powered offenses led by two stud QBs in Estes and Richardson. Both are heisman front runners and if both teams remain undefeated going into this one it will make the setting just like a national championship game. Big 10 Who cares right? haha. With Ohio States Coach Mason taking a leave of absence, the conference is in a major overhaul. Ohio St is 2-2 in the conference and will likely break their streak of 4 straight Big10 titles. New power Penn St has taken over the conference lead and sits squarely atop with a 5-0 record thanks to coach AJ's great leadership. Penn St still has to go to Purdue, #13 Wisconsin and they host #18 MSU to end the season. In second is a two way tie between the Badgers (4-1) and the Spartans (3-1). Wisconsin controls its destiny by getting Penn St at home next weekend but must beat the Illini and go on the road to Iowa sandwiched around the PSU game. MSU is @ IU, Purdue, Minn, before going on the road to PSU to end Big 10 play. Michigan currently sits at 3-2 in the conference and isn't quite eliminated just yet. They'll need to win out @IU and @ #12 OSU and get some help, but anything is possible.