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2024-25 ACC Football Championship Game Winner Odds

Gabriel Santiago
Gabriel Santiago@gps_onthemic
2024-25 ACC Football Championship Game Winner Odds

A pervasive theme in FBS, the Atlantic Coast Conference will look a bit different going forward.

Beginning for the 2024-25 academic year, the ACC will expand geographically, taking in the California Golden Bears, SMU Mustangs and Stanford Cardinal. Of course, those institutions are located nowhere near the Eastern Seaboard, adding a travel wrinkle for the coming campaign.

With a little time before spring ball ramps up, let us sift through the ACC Championship Game odds at FanDuel Sportsbook, highlighting a few schools to look out for.

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2024-25 ACC Championship Game Odds

2024-25 ACC Championship Game Winner
FanDuel Sportsbook Odds
Clemson+280
Florida State+280
Miami-FL+450
Louisville+500
NC State+1300
SMU+1700
Virginia Tech+1800
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Clemson (+280)

Looking to bounce back from a subpar year, the Clemson Tigers are currently co-favorites (+280 odds) at FanDuel Sportsbook to win the upcoming ACC title game. Through 15 seasons with Dabo Swinney as head coach, Clemson has played for the conference crown on nine separate occasions, winning eight of them.

Simply, the Tigers have been the ACC's top football program through the recent generation. However, after playing to a 9-4 record in 2023, Clemson is eyeing improvements.

A rarity these days, Clemson can count on continuity at the quarterback spot for the coming season. Senior signal-caller Cade Klubnik is back for his second year as a starter. He'll look to improve on a solid 19-9 TD-INT ratio. To make the effort easier, the Tigers' leading rusher from last season, Phil Mafah, is also back.

Clemson was a bit better on defense (compared to offense) a season ago, holding opponents to a 21.1 PPG scoring clip. That was good enough to rank 31st in FBS. Going forward, can their defense anchor another lengthy run?

Florida State (+280)

A team scorned, the Florida State Seminoles will be looking to set the record straight in 2024. Despite being left out of the previous College Football Playoff, Florida State will enter next year as defending champions in this market. They are joint favorites (with Clemson) at FanDuel Sportsbook to win a second consecutive ACC title.

Seminoles head coach Mike Norvell will look to reignite the fire in Tallahassee. This will be Norvell's fifth campaign with FSU as they come off an undefeated regular season. Unfortunately, they will go forward without star signal-caller Jordan Travis, who is in full preparation for the 2024 NFL Draft. So, who steps in at quarterback?

Returning to the ACC after one season in the Pac-12, D.J. Uiagalelei is joining Florida State, marking his third program in as many years. In 2023, Uiagalelei shined with the Oregon State Beavers, throwing for a career-high 2,638 yards. The big-bodied quarterback is also a rushing threat. He stands at 6-foot-4, 250 pounds, which is a similar build to Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills.

At numberFire, the 'Noles (18.11 nERD) are currently viewed as the 15th-best team in college football. On that same board, FSU shows up higher than any other ACC team. Can they earn a victory at Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium in back-to-back years?

NC State (+1300)

Keep an eye on the North Carolina State Wolfpack in 2024. Despite being a long shot in this market (13-to-1 odds at FanDuel Sportsbook), NC State could make some noise. Returning a stout defense, we will see a competitive bunch down in Raleigh.

The Wolfpack managed a 9-4 (6-2 in conference) record last season, which gave them a third-place finish within the conference. Largely, NCSU was powered behind a fast defense; they gave up only 20.8 PPG a year ago. Looking to replace some of that speed, linebackers Cam Riley and Wyatt Wright are transferring in. Playing for head coach Dave Doeren, those two will be high-volume tacklers.

North Carolina State will see a change at the game's most important position. With Brennan Armstrong being one-and-done in Raleigh, the Wolfpack will next turn to graduate transfer Grayson McCall. McCall arrives after an active career with the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. There, the 6-foot-3 quarterback amassed over 10,000 yards on 69.9% passing.

To reiterate, this is a long-shot wager. But as the ACC approaches a new era, I can get behind Coach Doeren's balanced approach.


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