2023 ACC Football Odds with Preview

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The two divisions are now gone in the ACC and the top two teams will battle it out in the conference title game.

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Odds to Win ACC Championship

 

Clemson 2/1

Clemson has won seven of the last eight ACC titles and they have the best futures odds to win it this season. The defense is stacked, once again, and will likely be one of the best units in the nation. The issues are on the offensive side of the ball. They have Cade Klubnik back at QB and he could have a breakout season and the Tigers also bring back star RB Will Shipley. However, there is a new offensive coordinator in Garrett Riley and they need to solidify their WR corps and offensive line. Clemson hosts the teams with the second and fourth best odds, respectively, in the conference in Florida State and North Carolina and does not face the team with the third best odds in Louisville.

Florida State 3/1

Florida State looks to rebuild on last season’s 10-win campaign. They have a stacked offense with the likes of QB Jordan Travis, RB Trey Benson, WR’s Keon Coleman and Johnny Wilson, and a legit TE in Jaheim Bell. The offensive line looks promising and while the team may have issues against the run DE Jared Verse is a star and the Seminoles picked up a great shutdown CB Fentrell Cypress in the transfer portal. Their fourth game of the season at Clemson is HUGE and while they have two tough non-conference games in the first and last games in LSU and Florida, they do not have to face Louisville or North Carolina in ACC play.

Louisville 8/1

Louisville may be a dark horse, even with the third best odds, as they do not have to face Clemson, FSU, or North Carolina. Cal transfer Jack Plummer should be the starter under center and they also hit the transfer portal to stock the WR corps and offensive line. The defense was great last season, tying for the ACC lead in scoring defense, and returns six starters but a few key players from the unit are gone.

North Carolina 8/1

UNC has Heisman candidate QB in Drake Maye and a deep backfield. They hit the transfer portal to boost their WR corps and offensive line, which gave up 40 sacks last season. The defense was dead last in the ACC last season giving up 30.8 ppg but they brought in some good transfers and have eight starters returning. They will be tested early in conference play at Pittsburgh and their second to last game is at Clemson.

Miami 21/1

Miami has a new offensive and defensive coordinator and QB Tyler Van Dyke struggled last season after a great 2021 campaign. They have talent at the skill position and the offensive line has two incoming five-star freshman and transfer Javion Cohen from Alabama. The D was up and down last season and they need to avoid giving up the big play, which haunted them last season. The Hurricanes have a tough schedule facing Clemson and Louisville at home and hitting the road to face North Carolina and Florida State.

NC State 21/1

NC State struggled on offense last season and they brought in a new offensive coordinator and Virginia transfer Brennan Armstrong to take over under center. The team still needs a deeper WR corps and a better ground game. The defense was solid and should be solid this season, especially with LB Tony Gibson bypassing the NFL to return to the Wolfpack. At least they host their tougher games in Clemson, Louisville, and North Carolina.

Pittsburgh 23/1

Pittsburgh had a great defense last season but lost some key players. Phil Jurkovec should be the new starter after two years at Boston College but the team lost their lead RB and WR. While the rebuilt Panthers have a tough schedule, they do not face Clemson and get to host North Carolina, FSU, and Louisville.

Duke 36/1

Duke was much improved last season and they have 17 starters back including QB Riley Leonard and OT Graham Barton, who is one of the best offensive linemen in the nation. The defense is experienced and gave up an average of 22.1 ppg after giving up 39.8 ppg the previous season. The schedule? Ouch! The Blue Devils open the season hosting Clemson and then in the second half face FSU, Louisville, and North Carolina on the road.

Wake Forest 50/1

Wake has a new QB in Mitch Griffis and one of the best WR corps in the nation but what about the defense? They lost some of their better players from that unit, which ranked last in the ACC last season in points allowed in conference games.

Syracuse 75/1

Syracuse had a winning season last year but that may be a tough task to repeat. They have QB Garrett Shrader but lost their top RB to the NFL and two of their best players on defense. On top of that they face both Clemson and FSU.

Virginia Tech 100/1

Virginia Tech will have a new QB and #1 RB and WR with three transfers. The defense only returns five starters and the run D may be the big issue. While no Clemson is on the slate, they have to hit the road to face FSU and Louisville.

Boston College 150/1

BC only won three games last season plagued by injuries and personnel turnover. The defense gave up an average of over 30 ppg and that needs to be addressed.

Virginia 275/1

While the defense was decent for UVA last season, they have a QB battle going on and a thin WR corps. The Cavaliers have a tough schedule as well with road games facing North Carolina, Miami, and Louisville.

Georgia Tech 275/1

Tech was 4-4 to end the season last year and they have some solid transfers in QB Haynes King (Texas A&M) and WR Dominick Blaylock (Georgia). However, they need help at the RB position and the defense lost three key players.

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