My apologies for the conference standings being out-of-date. The reason they’re out-of-date is a matter of me being both lazy and outgoing at the same time. Being as the process requires weekly updating, the outgoing me set up a mostly automated system. That system relies on the CSTV conference standings page, which simply hasn’t been updated lately. Lazy me refuses to manually update the standings, so until CSTV (#1 in college sports, or so they claim) updates their site, I won’t update ours.
But how screwed up are the standings anyway? Every team has at least 1 conference loss, and it is almost hard to believe that any of those one-loss teams (FSU, Maryland, and Virginia) will be able to avoid dropping another league game. FSU still faces GT, BC, Clemson and Maryland. Maryland still has VT, UNC, FSU and BC. Virginia still faces Miami, Wake, Clemson and Virginia Tech. Two of the teams could finish with only 1 league loss, but I’m not willing to bet that any of the three will. That means that practically every team, minus Clemson and NC State, has a pretty decent chance of being able to win their division. That doesn’t say much for the conference this year, nor does it say much for Clemson.
Update: I gave up on CSTV and modified standings process to run off yahoo instead. The standings should be updated. However, as I say that, I still see the old version, which means that at this point I don’t have a clue what’s going on.