After a loss to Virginia on Saturday, the Maryland Terrapins are now in last place in not only their division, but the ACC Conference as a whole.
The Maryland Terrapins lost again to an ACC opponent over the weekend, and are now just 2-7 overall with a 1-5 record in Conference. Technically they share the last place spot in the ACC's Atlantic Division with Boston College, but because the Eagles beat the Terps two weeks ago, they hold a higher spot in the rankings. In fact, they have one more Conference loss than the Duke Blue Devils and a worse overall record as well. So they aren't just bringing up the Division rear, they're in last place in the whole Conference.
The leader in the Division is the Clemson Tigers, who despite losing their first game of the season over the weekend, still hold a one game lead over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons and probably the biggest contender in the Division, the Florida State Seminoles.
The Coastal Division is just as much in flux. The Virginia Tech Hokies lead the division with a 4-1 record. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have just as many wins in Conference, but a second loss puts them half a game back. After their win over Maryland on Saturday, Virginia is 3-2 and just a game back. They have to be considered contenders as well.
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