Football odds have been more challenging to figure in the ACC over the past few seasons as this is no longer just a football betting question of Miami-FL or Florida State. Last year Virginia Tech upset the football odds and won an unexpected football betting championship in the ACC as they had just 10 returning starters.
The Hokies will again be a favorite against the football odds to take the ACC as now that same group is back as defending champions and with a lot more experience.
Miami-FL has continued to emerge with a strong group of blue chip recruits over the past 2 seasons as head coach Randy Shannon has installed a much more disciplined approach and now has a program that he can call his own. That also, however, adds to the pressure against the football odds for the Hurricanes.
Florida State is a perennial power in the ACC against the football odds but has had scandalous off seasons to deal with in the past few years as head coach Bobby Bowden seems to have lost a handle on the program. Still, FSU has plenty of talent and that makes them a threat each weak against the football odds.
North Carolina State finished really strong last year to sneak into a bowl game. Coach Tom O’Brien will likely continue that momentum for the upcoming season. Jim Grobe of Wake Forest is one of the top coaches in the land against the football odds.
His Demon Deacons are never favored to compete for the league title and yet each year that is what they do and there is no reason not to expect another strong year from Grobe’s team this year.
North Carolina is another team that could bring in a lot of cash against the football odds for 2009 as coach Butch Davis continues to reel in blue chip recruits and has a seasoned team with a strong defense that could take the title. Paul Johnson wasted no time in improving Georgia Tech last year and made them a more consistent commodity.
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