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2013 ACC College Football Championship Odds

With only two teams finishing in the final top 25 poll, 2012 was a down year for the ACC. Will 2013 be any different? On paper, the league should be stronger. According to LVH Superbook Odds, Florida State is the favorite at 5-4 Odds to win the 2013 ACC Championship.

Florida State may take a step back, though, with the loss of a handful of key players, but Clemson could be a top-five team, and Miami, North Carolina, Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech are all worthy of top 25 consideration. The Hurricanes are the early favorite to win the Coastal Division, but the Hokies, Tar Heels and Yellow Jackets aren't far behind. And Miami's hopes of playing in its first ACC Championship could rest on a pending NCAA sanctions case this summer. 

Looking back, in its eight years as a 12-member league, the ACC has sent 64 teams to a bowl game, topped only by the SEC (69) in that span. And after leading the nation with the most players selected in the first-round of the NFL Draft (30) from 2007-2010, 15 of the top 60 players in the 2011 draft either chewed, puffed or spit some form of tobacco. It was more of the same in 2012 when 15 of the first 100 players selected called the ACC home. This season figures to be the ‘Year of the Quarterback’ in the ACC with no less than five QB’s owning more than 6,000 career passing yards.

While the top six teams in the league seem set, the rest of the ACC is up for grabs. Pittsburgh and Syracuse join the conference from the Big East, with the Panthers joining the Coastal Division, and the Orange shifting to the Atlantic. New coaches will lead the way for Syracuse, NC State and Boston College next season. Scott Shafer replaces Doug Marrone at Syracuse, Tom O’Brien was canned in favor of Dave Doeren at NC State, and Boston College hired Steve Addazio away from Temple. All three programs seem to have made a good hire, but only time will tell how these new coaches will fare in the ACC.  

While life is good in the ACC these days they will battle the nation’s toughest non-conference opponent agenda this season.  The 56 non-conference BCS AQ foes on tap this season owned a solid .558 win percentage last season.


LVH Odds to Win 2013 ACC Championship:


Florida State 5-4

Clemson 2-1

Virginia Tech 6-1

Miami 6-1

North Carolina 10-1

Georgia Tech 18-1

Pittsburgh 40-1

NC State 50-1

Maryland 50-1

Virginia 50-1

Syracuse 60-1

Duke 60-1

Wake Forest 100-1

Boston College 100-1



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