The ACC has four in-conference matchups taking place on Saturday, so it should be a small, yet intriguing slate of college football games. Below you can find the most interesting betting splits from the public as you decide where to place your wager.
All odds and info are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.
Virginia Tech Hokies vs. Duke Blue Devils
So far, some sports bettors are putting a decent amount of money on the Blue Devils to win outright at +350. The Blue Devils come in as 13-point underdogs and are receiving just 8% of the moneyline bets on DraftKings. However, the Blue Devils are the only team in the four ACC vs. ACC matchups this weekend that is seeing more half of the handle on the moneyline. Duke is being bet with 53% of the money wagered on the moneyline.
North Carolina Tar Heels vs. Boston College Eagles
Boston College is the only underdog in the four ACC games on Saturday that is seeing more than half of the bets come on its side on the 13.5-point spread. Heading into its matchup with North Carolina, the Eagles are receiving 72% of the bets. However, 54% of the handle is siding with the Tar Heels despite seeing only 28% of all bets on the point spread.
Virginia Cavaliers vs. Clemson Tigers
As the No. 1 ranked team in the country, Clemson enters Saturday night’s game as 28-point favorites against Virginia, but it’s the point total that is the more interesting split. The over is seeing a large percentage of bets on the point total, which is set at 55. Ninety-four percent of bets are siding with the over 55 in addition to 96% of the handle.
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