Virginia Cavaliers @ Duke Blue Devils 2018 College Football Week-8, ACC Betting preview for Saturday, October 20th.

Written by College Football Expert Analyst Bobby Wallace.

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The (4-2) SU, 5-1 ATS Virginia Cavaliers, got a massive upset over then #16 ranked Miami Hurricanes as a 7-point home UNDERDOG ATS to tighten things up in the ACC Coastal division. Miami produced 339 total yards of offense to the Cavaliers 231, but the Virginia defense did the job in the red zone as the Hurricanes first touchdown came with 3:04 left in the final quarter. The Cavaliers offense held the football for 30:26 and ran the ball 41 times for 139 yards with only 92 yards through the air.

Virginia is 2-5-1 ATS their last eight on the road against a team with a winning home record.
The OVER has cashed in for the betting public Virginia last four after posting less than 20 points the previous game.
The Cavaliers are 1-4 ATS their last five at Duke.
The OVER is 5-0 the Cavaliers last five on the road vs. Teams with a winning home record.

The (5-1) SU, 4-2 ATS Duke Blue Devils, got a 28-14 win against Georgia Tech as a 2 point road UNDERDOG ATS. Duke scored twenty-one third-quarter points off of Georgia Tech turnovers to break the game open. Junior quarterback Daniel Jones completed 17 of 27 passes for 205 yards with three touchdown passes and an interception. However, it was the Blue Devils defense which shut down the Yellow Jackets triple option was the story of the game. Duke has already lost to Virginia Tech who has a perfect record in division play.

Duke is 4-0-1 ATS their last five at homes vs. Teams with a winning road record.
The UNDER is 9-1 Duke last ten ACC games.
UNDER bettors have cashed in 4 times the Blue Devils last four at home vs. A team with a winning road record.
Duke is 4-1 ATS their last five after a POINT SPREAD cover.

Saturday’s game is at 12:00 PM EST at Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham, North Carolina. The Local Television Networks will be broadcasting.

The Opening Betting Line has Duke as a seven and a half point HOME FAVORITE ATS. The TOTAL is forty-five and a half points for Saturday’s contest.

 

Virginia head coach Bronco Mendenhall is getting it done his way since coming to Charlottesville from BYU. The Cavaliers won two games his first season before going 6-7 losing to Navy in the 2017 Armed Forces bowl. Virginia is 2-1 in the ACC, Coastal division and a win Saturday could put pressure on Virginia Tech who they play on the road in the season finale. The Cavaliers offense has produced (2,321) total yards which rank 97th in the FBS. There (6.0) yards per play is 5th in the nation, and they’ve scored 167 points good enough for 97th in College Football. Quarterback Bryce Perkins has 99 passes on 158 attempts for 1,217 yards in 2018. The Cavalier run defense has given up 780 yards to opponents on 190 efforts, 33rd in the country. The 115 points surrendered to the opposition is 19th in Division 1, and they’ve given up 1,962 total yards which rank 23rd in the land. Virginia.

Virginia must force some turnovers the way they did in the upset last week, but Mendenhall can’t allow them to come out flat after a big upset.

Bovada.Lv, list the Virginia Cavaliers at +3,000 to win the 2018 ACC, Coastal.

The Duke Blue Devil is no longer just a basketball-crazed institute as David Cutcliffe is attracting blue chip recruits to the football field. Duke has dropped three in a row both SU/ATS to Virginia, and a lot is riding Saturday. They’ve had a few critical roads wins over Northwestern and Baylor in September, but they were embarrassed in 31-14 loss to Virginia Tech their last game in front of the home crowd. The Blue Devils offense has scored (192) points this season, 57th in the nation. Running Backs Deon Jackson (355) rushing yards and Brittain Brown (317) lead the 80 ranked rushing attack in College Football. The 5.5 yards per play on offense also is 80th in the nation. The 14th ranked Blue Devils defense has allowed opponents 106 points, while the 2,100 total yards surrendered is 29th in Division 1. Opposing offenses have thrown for 1,257 yards completing 96 passes on 185 attempts against the Duke defense in 2018.

Expect Cutcliffe to trust Jones against a Virginia defense that allows over 250 passing yards per contest.

Bovada.Lv, list the Duke Blue Devils at +1,050 to win the 2018 Atlantic Coast Conference, Coastal Division Title.

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Virginia Tech still bringing a Lunch Pail mentality to the gridiron.

 

Written by NCAA Football Expert Analyst Bobby Wallace.

Charliessports.com produces it for Football Betting. College Football Betting Predictions are the best in the industry and will continue through the BCS-title game in January of 2019. Since coming to Blacksburg, Virginia from the University of Memphis Justin Fuente has not entirely won over the faithful but a trip to the 2018 Conference title game could quite the critics. In 2016 Virginia Tech won the Coastal division and gave eventual BCS champions Clemson all they could handle before bowing 35-24. Last season they took a step back as Miami took control, but the Hokies ended up with ten victories and a number-sixteen national ranking both in the Coaches and Associated Press polls. The 2018 Hokies will get tested the first game of 2018 at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Florida against the Seminoles of Florida State in Willie Taggart’s debut. The non-conference slate is relatively easy, but they host Notre Dame, Miami, Georgia Tech, Boston College and rivals Virginia which all will be competitive games. A trip to Pittsburgh could have implications.

For the first time in the Fuente era they have an incumbent signal caller, Sophomore Josh Jackson (2,991) passing yards has a year of experience with it came to a vote of confidence from the coaching staff in spring drills. The offensive coordinator has the task of getting the unit to a comfort zone for Fuente which is a balance of scoring plenty of points through the air and on the ground. Wide Receivers Sean Savoy and Eric Kumah must replace the production of the Hokies all-time leading pass catcher Cam Phillips. There’s also senior C.J. Carroll along with Ball State transfer Damon Hazelton. The Virginia Tech rushing attack didn’t scare opponents last season, they ranked fifty-fourth on the national scale and was next to last on average yards per carry in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Massive offensive tackle Yosuah Nijman is the headliner in a group that returns two other starters to block for compact running back Steven Peoples who won’t win many foot races but will run over defenders. Fuente must use disguises in formations; the Hokies aren’t explosive enough to compete for with the elite football institutes in the ACC.

When talking about Virginia Tech defense the first name that comes to mind is Bud Foster who’s twenty-third season serving as the Hokies defensive coordinator is unmatched in College Football. However, two first-round draft selections must be replaced along with stud tackle Tim Settle and defensive back Greg Stroman. Virginia Tech allowed the opposition (14.8) ppg last season, fourth nationally and if they are nearly as good this season, Foster should have a monument on campus. Ricky Walker is the leader of what should be a productive front four, but there is inexperience in the back seven. The coaching staff hopes special teams standout Dylan Rivers will make an immediate impact at linebacker, but he was shaky in spring football. Cornerback and safety will be inexperienced, but Foster has plenty of recruiting connections in the Hampton Roads area which has been a goldmine for Virginia Tech for producing secondary players; look for a couple of first-year students to become immediate starters this season. Bovada.Lv, list the Virginia Tech Hokies at 16/1 to win the 2018-19 Atlantic Coast Conference Crown.

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