*Only three more regular-season games...plenty of possibilities remain:
*UNC coach Butch Davis must decide between the success of his team and the future of Ryan Houston. To redshirt or not to redshirt?
*A tough call in mid-November.Cancelling a tailgate in November is like canceling Thanksgiving -- Duke celebrates it too, ya know.
*FSU quarterback Christian Ponder is day-to-day after fluid was drained from his elbow.
*Somebody has to win the Atlantic Division, right?
*Virginia defensive coordinator Jim Reid will be on the sideline this weekend to "look into the eyes of the guys he's in charge of."
*The only scoreboard Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer is watching is his own.
*Miami's running game didn't miss a beat without leading rusher Damien Berry.
*Preparing as the starter isn't entirely new for Georgia Tech quarterback Tevin Washington. Actually starting, though, is.
*Clemson is "offensively challenged," especially in the red zone lately. That's the politically correct way to put it.
*BC freshman quarterback Chase Rettig is getting better every week, even if the box score might not reflect it.
*NC State will have to hunt for the Atlantic Division title without its injured kicker, Josh Czajkowski.Georgia Tech fans better get to know backup quarterback Tevin Washington.
*Winning close games is always more difficult when your kicker struggles.
*Speaking of which, FSU is in need of something good to happen.
*Maryland caught a break on Saturday with Florida State and NC State both losing.
*UNC quarterback T.J. Yates continues to put up big numbers and few turnovers.
*What happened to Virginia's defense?
*No, there is no quarterback controversy at Miami, so don't even bother asking (not that anyone did.)
*Duke is looking to take another step forward with consecutive ACC wins for the first time this season.
*What the ACC lacks in a national title contender it makes up for in entertainment value.
*Here's another take on how the ACC stacks up.
*UNC loses another starter (tailback Johnny White, out for the season) and still they continue to win games.