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The NC State Wolfpack are coming off a thrilling, if slightly controversial, win against the Clemson Tigers, and now must take on the No. 1-seed, Virginia Cavaliers, in the second round of the ACC Tournament. The Cavaliers are currently 11-point favorites, and have moneyline odds of (-670), according to FanDuel Sportsbook

Even though Virginia is the heavy favorite, you might want to check out what some of the top experts in the industry are saying about this matchup before placing any wagers. 

NC State vs. Virginia Predictions

Tony's Picks

Tony Tellez is rolling with the Cavaliers as the favorite, predicting a 75-61 finish in Virginia's favor. Tony believes Virginia's excellent 3-point shooting and elite defense should keep NC State at bay. 

Sports Chat Place

On the other hand, the staff at Sports Chat Place is taking the Wolfpack as double-digit underdogs. Sports Chat Place believes the last matchup between these two, in which Virginia won, 66-65, shows NC State can keep this game within 11 points. 

The staff at is picking the Cavaliers to cover the spread as well. They believe NC State expended too much energy defeating Clemson yesterday, and could struggle to compete with Virginia on a back-to-back.

All in all, two of the three experts we highlighted here are picking Virginia to cover the spread, while Sports Chat Place is going with NC State as the underdogs. If the last matchup between these two is any indication, this should be an exciting game. 

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