NCAA 2015 Football Futures: Odds to Win the ACC

Florida State has dominated the ACC in football the past few seasons, but there could be a change in the wind given GTBETS US online Sportsbooks current futures odds to win the conference this upcoming season.

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The Seminoles are still listed as +200 favorites to win their fourth-straight ACC title, but Clemson is ready to mount a major challenge to another Florida State run as a +280 second-favorite on GTBETS US online Sportsbooks NCAAF futures list.

Georgia Tech is third on the list at +550 and bettors could be looking for a reversal of recent fortunes in Blacksburg this season with Virginia Tech coming into the new season as a +600 fourth favorite.

Things start to really drop off from there with Louisville next on the list at +1300 odds to win a conference title in just their second season in the ACC. Both NC State and Miami are next at +1600 followed by North Carolina at +2300. Pittsburgh and Duke are each listed at +3000 football betting odds to win the conference title. From there you have Virginia and Boston College as +10000 longshots followed by Syracuse (+12500) and Wake Forest (+13500) to wrap things up on the 14-team list.

The biggest game in the ACC this season will most likely be a Saturday, Nov. 7 showdown between Florida State and Clemson with the Tigers playing host this time around. Last year these two conference powers met in Tallahassee and the Seminoles came away with a tight 23-17 victory, but they failed to cover against the spread as 9.5-point home favorites. Florida State went onto to win the ACC’s Atlantic Division with a SU conference record of 8-0 while Clemson ended-up 6-2.

The college football betting odds on GTBETS United States online Sportsbooks board to win the Atlantic Division have Florida State first at +125 followed by Clemson at +160.

Over in the Coastal Division race, that title could come down to a Thursday matchup pitting Georgia Tech against Virginia Tech on Nov. 12 at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta. Last season the Yellow Jackets went 6-2 SU in the ACC to win the division. They almost pulled-off an amazing upset in the ACC Championship Game against Florida State in a wild 37-35 loss as 3.5-point underdogs.

The Hokies are looking to turn things around in 2015 after going an even 12-12 in conference play over the past three seasons. They were just 3-5 in the ACC last season.

Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech are both listed at +195 betting odds to win the ACC’s Coastal Division this year. Top

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