ACC Football Win Total Betting Odds, According to Bovada

Which ACC Teams Have the Highest Expected Win Totals According to the Sports Books?

(Ed. Note: H/T to Cardiac Hill)

Whether you’re a hardcore gambler or not, it’s always fun to look at the betting odds for your respective teams, especially for before the season. Last week, Bovada released their take on most FBS teams’ chances. Some might come off as a bit surprising, while others, maybe not so much.

CBS Sports has the full, easy-to-digest list available up on their site. But for our sake here, we’ll just list the ACC odds below — for the schools that are currently listed, that is. For those that aren’t, we can update as they appear. Agree with the assessment for your school? Disagree? Share your thoughts below.

Boston College Eagles: 5.5 wins; Over (+145)/Under (-175)

Clemson Tigers: 8.5 wins; Over (-130)/Under (EVEN)

Duke Blue Devils: 3.5 wins; Over (-250)/Under (+195)

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Florida State Seminoles: 10 wins; Over (-140)/Under (+110)

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets: 8 wins; Over (+110)/Under (-140)

Maryland Terrapins: 4.5 wins; Over (+115)/Under (-145)

Miami Hurricanes: 7 wins; Over (+145)/Under (-175)

NC State Wolfpack: TBD

North Carolina Tar Heels: 7 wins; Over (-150)/Under (+120)

Pittsburgh Panthers: 7 wins; Over (-130)/Under (EVEN)

Syracuse Orange: 5.5 wins; Over (+195)/Under (-250)

Virginia Cavaliers: 6.5 wins; Over (-105)/Under (-125)

Virginia Tech Hokies: 9 wins; Over (-140)/Under (+110)

Wake Forest Demon Deacons: TBD

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One thought on “ACC Football Win Total Betting Odds, According to Bovada

  1. Sidenote: Not that I’m making bets (I’m not), but picking the under on Miami’s seven-win projection seems like a fantastic idea. Inexperienced squad, beleagured program, difficult schedule. Seems like a sure recipe for a losing season.

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