ACC 2018 Conference Championship Odds: Who Will Win, Best Value, Top Longshot

ACC 2018 Conference Championship Odds: Who Will Win, Best Value, Top Longshot

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ACC 2018 Conference Championship Odds: Who Will Win, Best Value, Top Longshot


The 2018 ACC Conference Championship Odds: What’s the best bet, who’ll win, and what are the best values?


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The latest ACC Conference Championship Odds are out from the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook. Who’ll win, what’s the best long shot and what’s the best value?

ACC Team Previews
ATLANTIC: Boston College | Clemson | FSU
Louisville | NC State | Syracuse | Wake Forest

COASTAL: Duke | Georgia Tech | Miami
North Carolina | Pitt | Virginia | Virginia Tech

ACC

Clemson 1/2

Miami 3/1

Florida State 7/1

Virginia Tech 8/1

Georgia Tech 30/1

Duke 40/1

Louisville 40/1

NC State 40/1

Wake Forest 50/1

Boston College 60/1

North Carolina 60/1

Pitt 60/1

Syracuse 60/1

Virginia 30/1

The Right Play

Clemson: Even at 1/2, it’s going to to take something miraculous for anyone to keep the Tigers from making it four straight ACC championships. There might be an ACC loss along the way, but there won’t be two.

The Best Value

NC State: Last year’s team was much, much better, and the Wolfpack have to go to Clemson, but at least that comes off an open date. There’s no Miami or Virginia Tech from the Coastal to deal with, and the Florida State game is at home. At 40/1, it’s a better non-Clemson value than Virginia Tech at 8/1.

Stay Away From …

Miami: There’s just not enough value at 3/1 to go for it. Clemson is probably going to win the ACC Championship again, and the Canes have to go to Virginia Tech late in the season. In terms of going for a better value pick, the Hokies at 8/1 are stronger and even Florida State – if it catches Clemson on the right day – is a better flier at 7/1.

The Top Longshot

North Carolina: After suffering a slew of injuries and not getting much of anything offensively in a rebuilding year, the Tar Heels should bounce back and be dangerous. There’s no Clemson or Florida State on the slate and Virginia Tech is a home game after a week off. At 60/1, it’s a flier, but don’t be shocked if Larry Fedora’s team makes a massive comeback.

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