Jameis Winston and the Florida State Seminoles were the champions of the ACC conference last season en route to a national title, and the oddsmakers at the sportsbooks have them pegged as huge favorites on the ACC Championship odds once again for the 2014 campaign.
At Bodog the Seminoles are listed as the 4/11 favorites on the odds to win the ACC Championship and as the 1/6 chalk to win the conference’s Atlantic Division title. Florida State went 14-0 overall last season, routing the Duke Blue Devils 45-7 in the ACC Championship Game.
Clemson, Louisville, and North Carolina are all then at 10/1 on the ACC Championship odds at Bodog, with Miami and Virginia Tech at 12/1, and Duke at 20/1. The Blue Devils went 6-2 in the ACC and 10-4 overall last season to claim the ACC’s Coastal Division title.
Georgia Tech is back at 25/1 on the ACC Championship odds at Bodog, with Pittsburgh at 40/1, Syracuse and Virginia at 66/1, N.C. State at 100/1, and Boston College and Wake Forest the longshots on the list at 200/1.
Only Florida State went unbeaten in ACC play last season, with Clemson 7-1 in the conference, Duke 6-2, and each of Miami, Virginia Tech, and Georgia Tech 5-3. N.C. State and Virginia both went 0-8 in ACC play last season.
2014 Odds to Win the ACC Championship at Bodog
Florida State 4/11
North Carolina 10/1
Virginia Tech 12/1
Georgia Tech 25/1
NC State 100/1
Boston College 200/1
Wake Forest 200/1
2014 Odds to Win the ACC Atlantic Division at Bodog
Florida State 1/6
Boston College 33/1
NC State 40/1
Wake Forest 100/1
2014 Odds to Win the ACC Coastal Division at Bodog
North Carolina 8/5
Virginia Tech 3/1
Georgia Tech 8/1
The ACC is no longer considered a power conference among some of the other majors in college football, but teams such as Florida State and Clemson remain powers in the national rankings heading into the 2013 season.
Florida State (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog 20/1)
Last season’s ACC champs went 12-2 straight-up overall and 7-1 SU in conference play, but the Seminoles were just 4-9 against the spread.
Clemson (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog 25/1)
The Tigers’ 49-37 loss to Florida State as 14.5-point road underdogs cost them a shot at playing for the ACC title last year. They ended the year 11-2 SU and 9-4 ATS.
Miami (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog 33/1)
The Hurricanes are eligible for postseason play this season after earning a share of the Coastal Division title last year at 5-3 SU. They went 7-5 SU overall and 9-3 ATS.
North Carolina (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog 150/1)
The Tar Heels were also ineligible for the postseason last year after going 5-3 SU in the Coastal Division. They went 2-4 ATS over their last six games.
Virginia Tech (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog 150/1)
The Hokies went 4-9 ATS last season while failing to cover in all six of their games on the road. The total stayed UNDER in four of their last six games overall.
Georgia Tech (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog 250/1)
The Yellow Jackets covered in nine of 14 games and went 6-3 ATS at home. They were 5-1 ATS in their last six games.
Pittsburgh (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog 300/1)
In their last season in the Big East, the Panthers went 6-7 SU and 3-4 SU in conference play. They were 4-2 ATS in six games at home.
Boston College (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog 500/1)
The Eagles won just one conference game last season and went 2-10 SU overall. They were 0-6 ATS on the road.
Duke (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog OFF)
The Blue Devils went 5-3 ATS at home in 2012, but just 1-4 ATS on the road. The total went OVER in nine of 12 games.
Maryland (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog OFF)
The Terrapins were 2-6 SU in conference play last season after losing their final six games of the year. Overall, they went 4-8 SU and 6-6 ATS.
NC State (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog OFF)
The total stayed UNDER in five of six homes games for N.C. State last season while going OVER in four of six games on the road. The Wolfpack were 5-7-1 ATS last year.
Syracuse (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog OFF)
Also new to the ACC, the Orange went 8-5 SU (7-5-1 ATS) in their last season in the Big East.
Virginia (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog OFF)
In 2012, the Cavaliers failed to cover in nine of 12 games while going 4-8 SU. They were 0-6-1 ATS at home.
Wake Forest (Odds to win BCS Championship at Bodog OFF)
The Demon Deacons went 1-4 both SU and ATS in their final five games last season and the total stayed UNDER in six of their last seven games.