The Atlantic Coast Conference has calculated that 128 possible ways exist for the Atlantic Division to end, thanks mainly to the three front-runners, Florida State, North Carolina State and Maryland, all losing last week. Even Boston College, apparently out of it three weeks ago after losing to Maryland to go 0-4 in the league, isn’t completely eliminated. Neither is Clemson. Only Wake Forest, which has yet to win a league game, has no mathematical chance.The Florida Times-Union is all sorts of confused on the ACC Atlantic Division Title stretch run. Apparently, Maryland is the only team that controls its own destiny in the Atlantic (untrue, N.C. State does as well) and BC still has a mathematical shot at Charlotte (though I can't figure out how, unless they simply mean earning 1/5 of an Atlantic Division title). Am I missing something here?