Atlantic Coast Conference Odds and Preview

The 2019 College Football season is rapidly approaching. KnupSports has you covered for all your betting needs this year. In this article, we look at the Power 5 conferences and give a preview of the top teams in each conference along with odds to win the conference and pertinent information to make some money betting CFB.

Let’s get started.

Boston College +3300
Clemson +303
Duke +10000
Florida State +1400
Georgia Tech +3300
Louisville +10000
Miami +850
North Carolina +6600
NC State +2000
Pittsburgh +4000
Syracuse +1000
Virginia +2500
Virginia Tech +2000
Wake Forest +10000


The Atlantic Division seems to be in control by Clemson again this season. The Coastal Division is a three-team dogfight between Virginia, Virginia Tech and Miami.

Clemson heads the conference and could likely win the national title again. Coach Dabo Swinney has a potent offense that is led by Heisman award candidate sophomore quarterback Trevor Lawrence. Travis Etienne returns as the primary running threat and will be the anchor on the field. The defense lost several players but that shouldn’t keep them from winning the conference.

If the Clemson Tigers have any competition it will come from the Syracuse Orange who is coached by Dino Babers and led by quarterback Tommy DeVito with seven returning defensive players. Mark you calendar for September 14th as Clemson and Syracuse will play each other at the Carrier Dome.

Florida State and North Carolina State will win plenty of games in the conference but look to be a tick behind the other two teams.

Coming through the Coastal part of the conference many believe it could the Virginia Cavaliers that come out on top. They will be led by quarterback Bryce Perkins and a stellar defense. Coach Bronco Mendenhall will need to find a way to get past their nemesis Virginia Tech.

The Hokie have beaten the Cavaliers every time since 2003. Head Coach Bud Foster wasn’t happy last year and looks to change some things this year. Quarterback Ryan Willis has a good group around him on offense.

Miami has one advantage and that is both Virginia and Tech will be playing in Hard Rock Stadium before a large partisan crowd. The Hurricanes have put their offensive hopes on new OC Dan Enos.

The defending champion Pittsburgh Panthers will see a decline from a year ago as they return on 10 starters with two of them rushing for 1,000 yards in 2018. Quarterback Kenny Pickett will better but has very little experience.

ACC Predictions

Atlantic Division
1 Clemson
2 Syracuse
3 Florida State
4 NC State
5 Wake Forest
6 Boston College
7 Louisville

Coastal Division

1 Miami
1 Virginia Tech
2 Virginia
3 Miami
4 Pitt
5 Duke
6 North Carolina
7 Georgia Tech

ACC Championship Game
Clemson over Miami


Team Schedules

Saturday, Aug. 24
Miami vs. Florida (Camping World Kickoff, in Orlando)

Thursday, Aug. 29
1.. Georgia Tech at Clemson

Friday, Aug. 30
7. Utah State at Wake Forest

Saturday, Aug. 31
2. Virginia at Pitt
3. Virginia Tech at Boston College
4. Duke vs. Alabama (Chick-fil-A Kickoff, Atlanta)
5. Florida State vs. Boise State (in Jacksonville)
6. North Carolina vs. South Carolina (Belk College Kickoff, in Charlotte)
8. East Carolina at NC State
9. Syracuse at Liberty

Monday, Sept. 2
3. Notre Dame at Louisville

Friday, Sept. 6
12. William & Mary at Virginia

Saturday, Sept. 7
1. Texas A&M at Clemson
2. Miami at North Carolina
4. Syracuse at Maryland
5. USF at Georgia Tech
6. Ohio at Pitt
7. ULM at Florida State
8. Old Dominion at Virginia Tech
9. Wake Forest at Rice
10. Richmond at Boston College
11. North Carolina A&T at Duke
13. Eastern Kentucky at Louisville
14. Western Carolina at NC State

Thursday, Sept. 12
5. North Carolina at Wake Forest*
*Note, this is considered a non-conference game this year

Friday, Sept. 13
6. Kansas at Boston College

Saturday, Sept. 14
1. Clemson at Syracuse
2. NC State at West Virginia
3. Florida State at Virginia
4. Pitt at Penn State
7. Duke at Middle Tennessee
8. Louisville at WKU
9. The Citadel at Georgia Tech
10. Furman at Virginia Tech
11. Bethune-Cookman at Miami

Saturday, Sept. 21
1. UCF at Pitt
2. Louisville at Florida State
3. Boston College at Rutgers
4. Appalachian State at North Carolina
5. Western Michigan at Syracuse
6. Central Michigan at Miami
7. Ball State at NC State
8. Charlotte at Clemson
9. Old Dominion at Virginia
10. Elon at Wake Forest

Friday, Sept. 27
2. Duke at Virginia Tech

Saturday, Sept. 28
1. NC State at Florida State
3. Wake Forest at Boston College
4. Virginia at Notre Dame
5. Clemson at North Carolina
6. Georgia Tech at Temple
7. Delaware at Pitt
8. Holy Cross at Syracuse

Saturday, Oct. 5
1. Virginia Tech at Miami
2. Pitt at Duke
3. Boston College at Louisville
4. North Carolina at Georgia Tech

Thursday, Oct. 10
2. Syracuse at NC State

Friday, Oct. 11
2. Virginia at Miami

Saturday, Oct. 12
3. Florida State at Clemson
4. Georgia Tech at Duke
5. Louisville at Wake Forest
6. Rhode Island at Virginia Tech

Friday, Oct. 18
2. Pitt at Syracuse

Saturday, Oct. 19
1. Georgia Tech at Miami
3. NC State at Boston College
4. Clemson at Louisville
5. Duke at Virginia
6. Florida State at Wake Forest
7. North Carolina at Virginia Tech

Saturday, Oct. 26
1. Miami at Pitt
2. Boston College at Clemson
3. Duke at North Carolina
4. Syracuse at Florida State
5. Virginia at Louisville

Saturday, Nov. 2
1. Miami at Florida State
2. Virginia Tech at Notre Dame
3. Pitt at Georgia Tech
4. Virginia at North Carolina
5. NC State at Wake Forest
6. Boston College at Syracuse
7. Wofford at Clemson

Saturday, Nov. 9
1. Clemson at NC State
2. Georgia Tech at Virginia
3. Florida State at Boston College
4. Notre Dame at Duke
5. Wake Forest at Virginia Tech
6. Louisville at Miami

Thursday, Nov. 14
3. North Carolina at Pitt

Saturday, Nov. 16
1. Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech
2. Wake Forest at Clemson
4. Louisville at NC State
5. Syracuse at Duke
6. Alabama State at Florida State

Thursday, Nov. 21
2. NC State at Georgia Tech

Saturday, Nov. 23
1. Pitt at Virginia Tech
3. Boston College at Notre Dame
4. Duke at Wake Forest
5. Syracuse at Louisville
6. Miami at FIU
7. Liberty at Virginia
8. Mercer at North Carolina

Friday, Nov. 29
3. Virginia Tech at Virginia

Saturday, Nov. 30
1. Clemson at South Carolina
2. Florida State at Florida
4. Georgia at Georgia Tech
5. North Carolina at NC State
6. Miami at Duke
7. Louisville at Kentucky
8. Wake Forest at Syracuse
9. Boston College at Pitt

Saturday, Dec. 7
ACC Championship
(Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte)

Best Games for ACC

August 24- Florida vs Miami (in Orlando)
August 31- Boise State @ Florida State
September 2- Notre Dame @ Louisville
September 7- Miami @ North Carolina and Texas A&M @ Clemson
September 12- North Carolina @ Wake Forest
September 14- Clemson @ Syracuse and Florida State @ Virginia
September 21- Louisville @ Florida State
September 28- NC State @ Florida State
October 5- Virginia Tech @ Miami
October 10- Syracuse @ NC State
October 11- Virginia @ Miami
October 12- Florida State @ Clemson
October 18- Pittsburgh @ Syracuse
October 26- Miami @ Pittsburgh and Syracuse @ Florida State
November 2- Miami @ Florida State
November 9- Clemson @ NC State
November 23- Pittsburgh @ Virginia Tech
November 29- Virginia Tech @ Virginia
November 30- Florida State @ Florida and Clemson @ South Carolina

Top 7 NFL Candidates for ACC
Trevon Hill- DE- Senior- Miami
Travis Etienne- RB- Junior- Clemson
Bryce Hall- DB- Senior- Virginia
Tee Higgins- WR- Junior- Clemson
Shaq Quarterman- LB- Senior- Miami
Mark Gilbert- DB- Senior- Duke
Cam Akers- RB- Junior- Florida State

Top 5 Incoming Freshman to ACC
Andrew Booth- CB-Clemson
Frank Ladson- WR- Clemson
Akeem Dent- CB- Florida State
Joe Ngata- WR- Clemson
Jeremiah Payton- WR- Miami

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