Duke's loss to Wake put a big damper on the Devils' bowl hopes. They now have to win two of their final four games -- vs. N.C. State, at Clemson, at Virginia Tech and vs. North Carolina -- to get to six wins. It's going to be tough to do better than 1-3 in that stretch, but for the moment let's assume they can.
No changes at the top despite Boston College and Virginia losing at home. I've still got a Maryland vs. Virginia Tech title game, with the Hokies getting the BCS bid. North Carolina's still going to the Peach Bowl. At the bottom, the ACC could end up with 10 or 11 bowl-eligible teams, with four 6-6 teams battling it out for two bowl spots.
UPDATE: ECU's overtime win in Orlando on Sunday moves the Pirates one step closer to the Conference USA title game.
ECU's next game is one of the biggest of the year: at home against Marshall. A win would put the Pirates one game up with two to play, all but securing the East Division title because Marshall has as tough game at Rice the next week.
Still, it's hard to see the Pirates beating Tulsa in the title game, which means they're still targeted for the GMAC Bowl -- particularly as Tulsa's loss to Arkansas removes any hopes of slipping into the BCS.
It's also shaping up like C-USA may only have five bowl-eligible teams, which could open up a bowl spot for one of those ACC teams mentioned above.
Orange Bowl -- Virginia Tech
Peach Bowl -- North Carolina
Gator Bowl -- Florida State
Champs Bowl -- Maryland
Music City Bowl -- Georgia Tech
Meineke (Charlotte) Bowl -- Wake Forest
Emerald Bowl -- Miami
Humanitarian Bowl -- Clemson
Eagle (Congressional) Bowl -- Virginia
Bowl-eligible ... but where? Duke, Boston College
Liberty Bowl -- Tulsa
GMAC Bowl -- East Carolina
Texas Bowl -- Rice
Armed Forces Bowl -- Houston
New Orleans Bowl -- Memphis
St. Petersburg Bowl -- open?