Odds to win 2012 ACC Coastal Division

Odds to win 2012 ACC Coastal Division: The ACC Coastal Division is expected to be a dog fight with only the Duke Blue Devils not expected to have much of a chance to win the division. It’s a consensus among media and coaching experts, the Virginia Tech Hokies are the favorites, installed at online sports book Bovada at Bovada.lv as favorites coming off at 11-to-10 College Football OddsLogan Thomas leads Virginia Tech. At 5-to-2 odds, the North Carolina Tar Heels should be in near championship form with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets trying to jump the pair coming off at 5-to-2 odds. Odds makers see the Virginia Cavaliers and Miami Hurricanes, both lined at 17-to-2 odds,  in the mix.

Due to great league balance, its unlikely any team in the Coastal Division will go undefeated. One battle all fans should look forward to comes early when Georgia Tech invades Lane Stadium at Blacksburg to play the Hokies. The  winner of this game will have a leg up on the rest of the league in its quest for the ACC Coastal title. The game will pit the best defense at Virginia Tech against the best rushing game in NCAA football with the Yellow Jackets.

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Odds to win 2012 ACC Coastal Division (Bovada.lv)

Virginia Tech Hokies 11/10
Miami Hurricanes 17/2
North Carolina Tar Heels 5/2
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 5/1
Virginia Cavaliers 17/2
Duke Blue Devils 30/1