The Washington Times - November 15, 2008, 09:38PM

This will be the first of two Atlantic Division scenarios tonight.

Really, it’s kind of needless to be doing this. But what the heck.

SEE RELATED:


There are four games of importance remaining: Florida State-Boston College, Maryland-Florida State, Boston College-Wake Forest and Maryland-Boston College.

For the purposes of the following chart (with 16 scenarios): I’ll include it in this order – Maryland-FSU, Maryland-BC, Florida State-BC, Wake Forest-BC

Two important denotations: *-would win via divisional record tiebreak. Maryland is currently 3-0 in the division, while Florida State is 2-1, Wake is 2-2 and BC is 1-1; **-head-to-head tiebreak

UM-FSU UM-BC FSU-BC WF-BC CHAMP
Maryland Maryland Florida State
Wake Forest
Maryland (6-2)
Maryland Maryland Florida State
Boston College
Maryland (6-2)
Maryland Maryland Boston College
Wake Forest
Maryland (6-2)
Maryland Maryland Boston College
Boston College
Maryland (6-2)
Maryland Boston College
Florida State
Wake Forest
Maryland (5-3)
Maryland Boston College
Florida State
Boston College
Maryland (5-3)
Maryland Boston College
Boston College
Wake Forest
Maryland (5-3)
Florida State
Maryland
Florida State
Boston College
Florida State (6-2)
Florida State
Maryland Florida State
Wake Forest
Florida State (6-2)
Florida State
Boston College
Florida State
Boston College
Florida State (6-2)
Florida State
Boston College
Florida State
Wake Forest
Florida State (6-2)
Florida State
Boston College
Boston College
Wake Forest
Wake Forest (5-3)**
Florida State
Maryland Boston College
Wake Forest
Maryland (5-3)*
Florida State
Maryland Boston College
Boston College
Florida State (5-3)**
Florida State
Boston College
Boston College
Boston College
Boston College (5-3) 
Maryland Boston College
Boston College
Boston College
Boston College (5-3)

Patrick Stevens