Free NCAA Football Prediction: Hokies vs. Eagles Odds
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College Football Handicapping Analysis: Week 10
Virginia Tech Hokies (4-4) vs. BC Eagles (4-4)
Date: Friday, November 5, 2021
Time: 7:30 pm EST
Venue: Alumni Stadium
NCAA Football ATS Spread Odds: Hokies -3 / Eagles +3 (Bet Now!)
NCAA Football Moneyline Odds: Hokies -160 / Eagles +140
NCAA Betting Total Odds: O/U 47
Week 10 college football sees the Hokies and Eagles meet at Alumni Stadium.
The Hokies are favored by 3 points in this ACC matchup on Friday night with a 47 showing on the total. Both of these programs enter the weekend at 4 – 4 with 4 games left to gain bowl eligibility.
Virginia Tech will be on the road for 3 of their final 4 conference games but they will arrive at Alumni Stadium favored by a field goal. The Hokies snapped their 3-game losing streak last weekend with a win over Georgia Tech, 26 – 17. With a 2 – 2 record in the Coastal Division standings, the Hokies are still alive for a spot in the ACC title game and they’ll get a shot at rival Virgina to end the regular season.
The Eagles are 0 – 4 in the Atlantic Division table alone at the bottom now hoping to shake off 4 straight losses coming into this weekend. BC is 10 – 19 in 29 meetings with the Hokies but are 7 – 3 against the line in the last 10 tilts..
Virginia Tech Hokies
I think we all expected the Hokies to be in a better position at this point of the season after opening the season with a monster win over UNC. Upsetting the Heels was a huge starting point but this recent 3-game skid against Notre Dame, Pitt, and Syracuse pulled this program under .500.
This team needed that big win last weekend against the Jackets as 3-point underdogs, and they’ll get Duke next weekend before the finish against Miami and the Cavaliers to finish the regular season
Last weekend’s win saw the Hokies with a lead the whole way through the game and the defense only surrendered one passing TD in the first half to the revamped Jackets passing game. Braxton Burmeister held his own with 2 TD passes of his own without a pick and 254 passing yards in the win.
Tre Turner saw the lion’s share of the receptions and he certainly led the way in yardage. Turner took in 7 grabs and totaled 187 yards that got boosted from his 69-yard TD pass that got the scoring started for VT.
Malach Thomas broke the century mark on the ground with 103 yards from 25 scoots out of the backfield. Raheem Blacksheer and Burmeister combined to carry the ball 25 times for 129 yards.
The Hokies defense only allowed 183 passing yards to Jeff Sims and that brought up their team ranking to 34th against the pass allowing 200.5 YPG. The passing game of their own needs some help, however, as we see the Hokies are ranked 103rd only putting up 189 YPG.
The only reasonable accomplishment to strive for at this point is to appear in bowl season and let’s really paint the picture here. Wins over Colgate and UMass might not even get a 6 – 6 ACC program into the post-season this is one helluva uphill battle.
The 4 – 0 start to 2021 means absolutely nothing anymore and the amount of confidence this team has right now dwindles by the game. Jeff Hafley needs to come up with a game plan that gets this team a win at home and they’ll get to play host to 3 of their final 4 conference foes.
However, they will have to see Florida State and Wake Forest at Alumni Stadium before a trip to Georgia Tech next weekend to finish out the schedule. Let’s go on a limb and say that unless something big does happen this team will be the underdogs all the way through.
In actuality, the BC offensive rankings appear to be better than that of the Hokies but have you seen this team play football lately? Being the Cuse fan I am, I got to see it first hand with my own eyes last time out. Oh, I wrote the BC vs. Cuse game up and gave out the Cuse -6 which we covered easily and handily.
The Eagles mustered up two whole field goals but amazingly had a 6 – 0 lead until the midway point of the 2nd quarter. Neither QB looked like they were comfortable at all but Grosel really looked like a fish out of the water the entire night. Dennis Grosel threw the ball 17 times and completed 9 passes for 93 yards and then we had an Emmett Morehead sighting!
Coach Hafley had seen enough from Grosel and then Morehead went 6 for 15 with 87 passing yards himself. Let’s just say that coach doesn’t have a mobile QB to make use of as either of them has any talent with the use of their boots. Morehead was one of four Eagles to fumble the football and the Cuse defense was simply opportunistic and took advantage of a team that can’t move the ball a lick.
Why do you think they are home dogs this weekend? VT is about to come here and take it to the Eagles so let’s just get to the damn play, man!
NCAA Football Handicapping Trends
- Hokies are 6-2 ATS in their last 8 Friday games.
- The Eagles are 3-7 ATS in their last 10 games in November.
- The Eagles are 2-6 ATS in their last 8 Friday games.
- Eagles are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 conference games.
- Eagles are 1-5 ATS in their last 6 games as an underdog.
- Under is 8-2 in Hokies last 10 games overall.
4* Free Week 10 NCAA Betting Final Analysis:
The Hokies to win by a field goal is absolutely hysterical to me! We are all over that shit like white on rice!
4* Free Week 10 NCAA Betting Pick: Hokies -3
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