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NCAA Football Betting – 2010 ACC Preview

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It’s almost time for college football to return and I for one will be thrilled to see the players take the field and shift the focus away from things like recruiting violations. We’ll start our conference-by-conference previews with the ACC.

The Florida State Seminoles lead current favorites with +250 odds to win the ACC. That comes as no surprise considering that they have 15 starters returning and that Christian Ponder is primed to have a big senior season at quarterback. New head coach Jimbo Fisher has to be happy with his offensive weapons – a veteran line, Ponder, Jermaine Thomas at halfback and a lot more – but what about FSU’s defense?

It has to hope the secondary can soldier on without Patrick Robinson.

The Miami Hurricanes join FSU with +250 odds. Their defense looks to be ferocious and will keep them in almost every game.

If the offense can keep pace and quarterback Jacory Harris can build on the promise he showed in 2010, we could see an all-Florida conference championship game this season.

Virginia Tech (+400) can’t be counted out either. It had lofty expectations in 2009 and, while it fell short, it impressed down the stretch, winning its last five games and routing Tennessee in the Chick-fil-A-Bowl.

Star running back Ryan Williams and the Hokies’ offense should be outstanding again this year but VT’s defense will be a huge question mark as it returns just three starters.

Is it weird to see North Carolina (+500) near the top of a conference contender list that isn’t basketball-related? The truth is that the Tar Heels may actually have something special growing in their football program. Their defense could be the conference’s best and they return a ridiculous 18 starters overall (nine offensive, nine defensive) so 2010 is a make-or-break year for UNC.

What about Boston College (+800)? The Eagles were 8-5 last year and should get a big senior season in the backfield from Montel Harris; they also have a fairly favourable schedule and were 19th in the country in scoring defense last year.

Clemson (+800) has equal odds to Boston College but its season has huge boom/bust potential because quarterback Kyle Parker was just taken by the Colorado Rockies in the 2010 MLB draft.

He had 20 touchdown passes and just 12 interceptions as a freshman last season, so losing him to another sport would devastate the Tigers.

Georgia Tech (+1000) lost some huge contributors to the NFL in Derrick Morgan and Jonathan Dwyer this offseason. Sure, we all love the multiple-option offense but the Yellow Jackets still don’t defend well enough, so they could disappoint.

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The ACC is a strange conference in that, while it has plenty of good teams, they’re almost all incomplete, strong in offense or defense but not both. The one exception to that rule could be Miami. We know the Hurricanes can make stops, but Harris’ growing skill behind center could mold them into the conference’s most complete team in 2010.

Pick: Miami Hurricanes +250

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