ACC Football: Clemson Odds-On Fave To Win Conference in 2019

Although it may look like one of those conventions for NCAA Football, the Atlantic Coast Conference houses powerhouse Clemson Tigers and the defending national champion. Clemson will be the favorite to win the conference back and finished with an undefeated record in the ACC last year.
Online sportsbook BetOnline has the Tigers at -350??to acquire the ACC for the fifth straight year. Following??Clemson would be the Miami Hurricanes (+750), Virginia Cavaliers (+1600), Florida State Seminoles (+1800) and??Syracuse Orange (+2200) to round out the top five candidates.
It sure sounds like. The Clemson Tigers might have lost three of the four All-American defensive linemen in Dexter Lawrence Christian Wilkins and also Clelin Ferrell but they still have sufficient thickness. Maybe it doesnt matter because of their firepower, when their defense takes a step back.
Second-year QB Trevor Lawrence looks a Heisman Trophy Candidates part plus they have got studs such as Tee Higgins, Travis Etienne and Justyn Ross to make plays. Those four were key components during their postseason if they stomped from the championship game on Alabama run. I fully expect this past season, this crew to return to the College Football Playoff and Contend For The 2019 Title. Its simply a terrible choice should they lose and — spoiler alert — they wont although the odds are not good at -350 to win the ACC.
The reason you shouldnt bet on another group at the ACC to acquire the conference is that no app outside Florida State could boast the amount of that Clemson has.
Florida State (+1800) has ever been at the mix but its??quarterback play since Jameis Winston moved into the NFL has not been up to snuff. Willie Taggart will start James Blackman under center this season, which will be his first time as the starter.
The Seminoles finished if they perform with Clemson on the road 3-5 SU in conference play 2018 and their fate at the ACC may be decided on October 26. They dont have any opportunity, if they lose that match.
Miami comes in behind Clemson about the oddsboard in +750 but I am not very large on Tate Martell or even Jarren Williams to carry the Hurricanes. So that I just think it is a waste of cash to bet on any team outside of the Tigers to select the ACC they could potentially win the Coastal Division but then would probably fall to Clemson from the final.
Odds in BetOnline as of August 21

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