Free College Football Betting Predictions and Odds: 2015 Atlantic Coast Conference Football Picks.

Written and authored by NCAA Football Expert Analyst Bobby Wallace. produces it for NCAA Football news and notes.Florida State has been the elite team in the ACC over the past two seasons. The 2015 Atlantic Coast Conference Football season promises to be entertaining. Frank Beamer and his Virginia Tech Hokies get a chance to show what they have in the first weekend. Virginia Tech hosts 2015 National Champions Ohio State. The team of Sports Handicappers at gives their ACC rankings. The 2015 ACC Championship game will be played at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina.

(1)*The Florida State Seminoles will win the Atlantic Division again. The sexy pick is Clemson, but Jimbo Fisher and the Florida State program is loaded again. FSU will overcome off-field adversity, and they will be fine without Jamesis Winston.
(2)*Dabo Swinney and the Clemson Tigers will play second fiddle again the Florida State. Clemson has one of the most dynamic quarterbacks in the ACC, but they lost too much on defense.
(3)*The Boston College Eagles will catch a few elite teams off guard late in the season when they visit Chestnut Hill. The Eagles will pound the football with five returning starters on the offensive line.
(4)*The Louisville Cardinals are going to be good, but head coach Bobby Petrino will have a much better team in 2016 when his recruits start to develop. Louisville lost a lot of talent the past few season’s to the NFL.
(5)*Expectations have not been higher at North Carolina State since Philip Rivers was the quarterback. The Wolfpack are loaded on defense. Jacoby Brissett is a decent quarterback, but he needs a better slew of blockers.
(6)*The Wake Forset Demon Deacons lost a first-round NFL draft pick from the secondary. Fans in Winston Salem hope quarterback John Wofford will make leap this season after starting as a true freshman.
(7)* The Syracuse Orange are rebuilding and “HOOP SEASON” is three months away. Syracuse has many holes to fill on defense. Quarterback Terrel Hunt must take control of the offense to get four wins in 2015.

(1)*The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets flexed their muscle with an impressive win over Mississippi State in the 2015 Orange Bowl. The momentum has carried over and the “RAMBLIN’ WRECK” has a quarterback that fits the offense like a glove.
(2)*The North Carolina Tar Heels are loaded at the skill positions. Former Auburn head coach Gene Chizik gives the defense instant credibility. The Tar Heels are going to contend for the 2015 ACC Championship.
(3)*The Virginia Tech Hokies will get an early test, the Hokies have studs on the defensive line. Va Tech struggled down the stretch after a big road win at Ohio State in 2014. There has to be more consistency on offense.
(4)*The Miami Hurricanes are going to surprise everyone in the ACC this season. The Hurricanes lost three high draft picks, but the talent base in South Florida is strong. Al Golden and his staff must turn the corner.(5)*The Duke Blue Devils will be competitive again this season. Head Coach David Cutcliffe is one of the best in the entire nation with the talented level of his players. Duke will put points on the scoreboard and be tough on defense. “WATCH THE DUKIES.”(6)*The Pittsburgh Panther have three studs on offense with running back James Conner, quarterback Chad Voytik, and wideout Tyler Boyd. The problem is another coaching change. There is too much tradition and talent for the Panthers not to be a top program in the country.
*(7)Virgina Head Coach Mike London is on a short leash. The Cavaliers have not tapped into the huge recruiting back in the Norfolk and Washington D.C. area. Virginia must find a someone who can go into these areas and lure players to Charlottesville.

Free Betting Odds Prediction: The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will win the 2015 Atlantic Coast Conference Football Championship. Also Play Online Poker Plus Other Casino Games and enter some of the best Tournaments on the World Wide Web. Bet Here


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