Clemson has wrapped up the ACC Atlantic Division title with its victory at home over Wake Forest.
As for the Coastal, most experts believe that division is wrapped up too. The Virginia Tech Hokies have only one loss to that same Clemson team but currently control their destiny en route to another potential ACC Championship.
Oh yeah, that other team from Virginia is still alive too.
The Cavaliers, a program that needed overtime to beat Idaho and lost to North Carolina State at home, control their destiny. If they win out, Virginia has a chance to compete for only their third-ever ACC football championship.
Well, before we get ahead of ourselves, Virginia would have to defeat Florida State on the road and Virginia Tech at home. This would be a tall task for anyone, but definitely for a program that has only one in the Sunshine State twice in its history and has not defeated the Hokies since 2003.
Still, despite all the reasons they cannot, here are the reasons they can. Here is why Virginia will shock everyone and become the Coastal champions for the first time since the conference expanded to 12 teams.