ACC Predictions, Schedule, Game Previews, Lines, How To Watch: Week 13

ACC Week 13 college football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings:

ACC college football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings for Week 13 of the season.


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ACC Results So Far
SU: 67-33, ATS: 57-42-1, Point Total: 53-45-1

ACC College Football Schedule, Predictions: Week 13

Friday, November 26

North Carolina at NC State

7:00, ESPN
Line: NC State -6, o/u: 62.5

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Saturday, November 27

Clemson at South Carolina

7:30, SEC Network
Line: Clemson -11.5, o/u: 42.5

Florida State at Florida

12:00, ESPN
Line: Florida -2.5, o/u: 59

Georgia at Georgia Tech

12:00, ABC
Line: Georgia -35, o/u: 54.5

Wake Forest at Boston College

12:00, ESPN2
Line: Wake Forest -5, o/u: 64.5

Miami at Duke

12:30, ESPN3
Line: Miami -21.5, o/u: 68

Virginia Tech at Virginia

3:45, ACC Network
Line: Virginia -7, o/u: 63.5

Kentucky at Louisville

7:30, ESPN2
Line: Louisville -3, o/u: 57

Pitt at Syracuse

7:30, ACC Network
Line: Pitt -13, o/u: 57.5

College Football Schedule: Week 13 Predictions, Lines

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Miami vs Duke Prediction, Game Preview

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Miami vs Duke prediction, game preview, how to watch: Saturday, November 27


Miami vs Duke How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 27
Game Time: 12:30 ET
Venue: Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, NC
How To Watch: ESPN3
Record: Miami (6-5), Duke (3-8)
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Miami vs Duke Game Preview


Why Miami Will Win

Now’s the time for the offense to have some fun.

The Hurricanes scratched and clawed their way through the season, and now they’re bowl eligible after the win in the bad weather against Virginia Tech. Game after game after game has been tough.

Duke shouldn’t be anything more than a chance to put up some big numbers.

The Blue Devil defense is the second-worst in college football, allowing 517 yards per game on the year – and it’s getting worse.

Virginia, Wake Forest, Pitt, Virginia Tech, and Louisville all came up with 500 yards or more. Wake Forest and Louisville were coming close to 700, and Pitt easily came up with 600.

There’s not enough pressure in the backfield, the pass defense gives up too many yards in chunks, and the run D is getting hammered game after game, allowing 220 yards or more in each of the last four.

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Why Duke Will Win

Yeah, the Duke defense has been miserable and can’t seem to come up with any one thing it does all that well, but it also went against a whole lot of amazing offenses.

It wasn’t totally awful in the loss to Georgia Tech, it held Northwestern down for about 45 minutes, and Miami doesn’t run well enough – it hasn’t hit 100 yards in four of the last five games – to matter.

It’s the final game of the year, it’s Senior Day, and it’s a chance to come up with something positive after losing every game since late September.

Miami turns the ball over way too much, the offensive line hasn’t been all that great, and the secondary can be roasted, but …

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What’s Going To Happen

Duke’s hot start won’t be enough.

The Blue Devils will be inspired, and they’ll come out with a few good scoring drives, but Miami will settle in.

By the middle of the second quarter this will completely flip, the Hurricane passing game will take over, and it’ll be another day when the Duke D allows more than 500 yards.

College Football Schedule: Week 13 Predictions, Lines

Miami vs Duke Prediction, Lines

Miami 44, Duke 20
Line: Miami -21.5, o/u: 68
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2

Must See Rating: 2

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ACC Predictions, Schedule, Game Previews, Lines, How To Watch: Week 12

ACC Week 11 college football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings: Louisville at Duke, Wake Forest at Clemson, Wofford at North Carolina, Georgia Tech at Notre Dame, Virginia at Pitt, Syracuse at NC State, Virginia Tech at Miami

ACC college football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings for Week 12 of the season.


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ACC Results So Far
SU: 60-32, ATS: 54-37-1, Point Total: 46-44-1

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Friday, November 19

Louisville at Duke

Prediction: Louisville 40, Duke 21
Line: Louisville -20, o/u: 60.5
Final Score: COMING

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Saturday, November 20

Florida State at Boston College

12:00, ACC Network
Line: Boston College -1.5, o/u: 55

Wake Forest at Clemson

12:00, ESPN
Line: Clemson -4, o/u: 56.5

Wofford at North Carolina

12:00, EPSN3
Line: COMING, o/u: COMING

Georgia Tech at Notre Dame

2:30, NBC
Line: Notre Dame -17, o/u: 59

Virginia at Pitt

3:30, ESPN2
Line: Pitt -14.5, o/u: 66

Syracuse at NC State

4:00, ACC Network
Line: NC State -11.5, o/u: 50.5

Virginia Tech at Miami

7:30, ACC Network
Line: Miami -8, o/u: 56

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Virginia Tech vs Miami Prediction, Game Preview

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Virginia Tech vs Miami prediction, game preview, how to watch: Saturday, November 20


Virginia Tech vs Miami How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 20
Game Time: 7:30 ET
Venue: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
How To Watch: ACC Network
Record: Virginia Tech (5-5), Miami (5-5)
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Virginia Tech vs Miami Game Preview


Why Virginia Tech Will Win

The JC Price era – as short as it might be – gets underway.

Virginia Tech blew out Duke 48-17, but the program decided to move on from Justin Fuente in a disappointing 5-5 season. As rough as this might be, the Hokies can still go bowling with a win here or at Virginia next week.

The Hokies defense has been playing well. The offensive side has been hit or miss, but the D hasn’t allowed more than 370 yards in any of the last three games, its giving up 373 yards per game overall, and it’s been great on third downs.

The offense might not be explosive, but it doesn’t screw up. It doesn’t turn the ball over, there aren’t a slew of penalties, and …

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Why Miami Will Win

Miami should be able to take over the game with a few early scores. Virginia Tech is 0-4 when allowing more than 17 points, and Miami is averaging over 32 points per game.

While head coach Manny Diaz’s job status continues to be in jeopardy, the team keeps playing hard and well, and there’s still a chance for a decent season with a win this week, the free-space date with Duke next week, and a possible bowl game with a win in one of the last two.

The passing game continues to be terrific with Tyler Van Dyke stepping into the starring role, the running game might finally do something against the mediocre Hokie run D, and again …

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What’s Going To Happen

It’s not that Virginia Tech can’t get the O going – it did just fine against Duke, Syracuse, and Georgia Tech – but it’s mostly about trying to keep scores low and under control.

The Hokies will want to play this in the 20s, and Miami will want to get this into the 30s.

Either way, it’ll be a close, fun game. Teams across the country have strangely played better – for the most part – after the coach got launched. Virginia Tech will put together a good day against the Miami D that can’t do enough to take the ball away.

Turnover margin will matter. Miami will outplay Virginia Tech, but being a -2 in takeaways will keep this close.

It’s a Miami game. It’ll come down to the final moments.

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Virginia Tech vs Miami Prediction, Lines

Miami 31, Virginia Tech 30
Line: Miami -8, o/u: 56
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2

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ACC Predictions, Schedule, Game Previews, Lines, How To Watch: Week 11

ACC Week 11 college football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings: North Carolina at Pitt, UConn at Clemson, Syracuse at Louisville, Miami at Florida State, Boston College at Georgia Tech, Duke at Virginia Tech, NC State at Wake Forest, Notre Dame at Virginia

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ACC Results So Far
SU: 56-28, ATS: 50-33-1, Point Total: 42-41

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Thursday, November 11

North Carolina at Pitt

7:30, ESPN
Line: Pitt -6.5, o/u: 73

Saturday, November 13

UConn at Clemson

12:00, ACC Network
Line: Clemson -40.5, o/u: 51

Syracuse at Louisville

12:00, ESPN3
Line: Louisville -3, o/u: 55.5

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Miami at Florida State

3:30, ESPN
Line: Miami -2.5, o/u: 60.5

Boston College at Georgia Tech

3:30, ESPN3
Line: Georgia Tech -2, o/u: 54

Duke at Virginia Tech

3:30, ACC Network
Line: Virginia Tech -11.5, o/u: 50

NC State at Wake Forest

7:30, ACC Network
Line: Wake Forest -2, o/u: 66.5

Notre Dame at Virginia

7:30, ABC
Line: Notre Dame -5.5, o/u: 64.5

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Miami vs Florida State Prediction, Game Preview

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Miami vs Florida State prediction, game preview, how to watch: Saturday, November 13


Miami vs Florida State How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 13
Game Time: 3:30 ET
Venue: Doak Campbell Stadium, Tallahassee, FL
How To Watch: ESPN
Record: Miami (5-4), Florida State (3-6)
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Miami vs Florida State Game Preview


Why Miami Will Win

Tyler Van Dyke has turned around the season.

Miami has a whole slew of issues overall, and it’s not like losing D’Eriq King to injury was any sort of a positive, but Van Dyke has been able to mature into the starting quarterback job and the program has taken an upturn with three straight wins.

Now the team that couldn’t win the close games is winning all of them.

Van Dyke settled in after a rocky start, hitting close to 75% of his throws over the last three games with well over 1,100 yards and ten touchdowns and no picks. Best of all, he seems to have given the team confidence to pull out games in close moments.

On the other side, the Miami run defense has been solid – only allowing more than 135 yards on the ground once in the last six games.

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Why Florida State Will Win

Can the Noles get their rushing groove back?

They rumbled over Syracuse, North Carolina, and UMass and looked like they were about to turn the season around and get into the mix for a bowl game, but the O fell flat in losses to Clemson and NC State.

However, the defense hasn’t been all that bad against the decent passing teams – there were problems against NC State’s Devin Leary last week, but it’s been okay over the last several weeks – but it’s the offense that has to take over.

FSU might not run for 250 yards, but as long as it’s effective at ripping off yards in chunks, and if it can control the clock just a wee bit – Miami doesn’t do anything with the time of possession battle – that might be enough to survive.

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What’s Going To Happen

For people of a certain age, Miami vs Florida State is still magical.

For a while in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and then again in the early 2000s, this matchup stopped the sports world. When it was on, this was the most intense rivalry – at least on the field – in all of sports.

This won’t be that, but it’s still a big deal to get this game.

It would be a huge moment for Florida State and the Mike Norvell era, and it would mean bowl eligibility for Miami.

Van Dyke and the passing game will get past a rocky first half to pull away in the third. The Miami D might not take the ball away enough, but it’ll slow down the Seminole ground attack.

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Miami vs Florida State Prediction, Lines

Miami 30, Florida State 26
Line: Miami -2.5, o/u: 60.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2.5

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ACC Predictions, Schedule, Game Previews, Lines, How To Watch: Week 10

ACC Week 10 college football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings.

ACC college football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings for Week 10 of the season.


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ACC Results So Far
SU: 52-26, ATS: 46-31-1, Point Total: 38-39

College Football Schedule, Predictions, Game Previews, Week 10

Friday, November 5

Virginia Tech at Boston College

7:30, ESPN2
Line: Virginia Tech -3, o/u: 47

Saturday, November 6

Wake Forest at North Carolina

12:00, ABC
Line: North Carolina -2.5, o/u: 76.5

Pitt at Duke

12:00, ACC Network
Line: Pitt -21, o/u: 64.5

Georgia Tech at Miami

12:30, ESPN3
Line: Miami -10.5, o/u: 63.5

NC State at Florida State

4:00, ACC Network
Line: NC State -2.5, o/u: 56.5

Clemson at Louisville

7:30, ACC Network
Line: Clemson -4, o/u: 46

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Miami vs Georgia Tech Prediction, Game Preview

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Miami vs Georgia Tech prediction, game preview, how to watch: Saturday, November 6


Miami vs Georgia Tech How To Watch

Date: Saturday, November 6
Game Time: 12:30 ET
Venue: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL
How To Watch: ESPN3
Record: Miami (4-4), Georgia Tech (3-5)
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Miami vs Georgia Tech Game Preview


Why Georgia Tech Will Win

The offense has been great.

It might have taken a while to shift away from the triple-option, but a few years later, it’s now consistently balanced, the running game still works, and the there are real, live, 300-yard passing games.

The Yellow Jackets threw for 300 in the shootout loss to Virginia and the wild loss to Pitt. The previous 300-yard passing game before October of 2021? September 1, 2011 vs. Western Carolina.

Miami’s defense has been torched all year. For all the Turnover Chain stuff and all of the plays in the backfield, the Canes were hit for over 800 passing yards in the last two games.

They’re the worst in the ACC in time of possession, turnover margin, and …

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Why Miami Will Win

The program has its quarterback.

Tyler Van Dyke has been terrific in place of D’Eriq King, throwing for over 200 yards in each of his five starts – improving his numbers in each of the last four games.

He might not have outgained Kenny Pickett last week, but he hit the deep shots and threw for 426 yards and three scores in the win over Pitt, and that’s coming off a massive performance in the win over NC State.

Georgia Tech’s offense might be better and more diverse, but it’s not moving the chains enough to overcome a spotty defense that’s giving up close to 270 passing yards per game.

Van Dyke should have a nice day.

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What’s Going To Happen

It’s do-or-die time for both teams in their hopes of going bowling.

It would still take a miracle for Georgia Tech to get to a bowl game even with a win – it has to win three of its last four games and still has Notre Dame and Georgia to deal with – so forget about it with a loss.

Miami is playing too well offensively, but the Yellow Jackets will get enough yards and big plays to keep this close.

Finally, though, the Hurricanes have figured out how to win close games.

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Miami vs Georgia Tech Prediction, Lines

Miami 37, Georgia Tech 27
Line: Miami -10.5, o/u: 63.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 3

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College Football Big Game Reaction: Michigan State, Miami, Baylor & More

Quick reaction to the biggest college football games of Week 9: Michigan at Michigan State, Miami at Pitt, Texas at Baylor, Georgia vs Florida, Penn State at Ohio State

Quick reaction to the biggest games of Week 9: Michigan at Michigan State, Miami at Pitt, Texas at Baylor, Georgia vs Florida, Penn State at Ohio State


College Football Big Game Reaction: Week 9

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Week 9 Big Game Reactions  
Michigan State 37, Michigan 33
Baylor 31, Texas 24
Miami 38, Pitt 34

Michigan State 37, Michigan 33 Reaction

Yeah, Michigan got totally hosed at the end of the first half when Michigan State QB Payton Thorne fumbled in what appeared to be a Wolverine touchdown.

That’s not why Michigan lost.

Yeah, Michigan got totally hosed on the 4th-and-3 play to try keeping the final drive alive – that was absolutely defensive holding, or pass interference, or something that should’ve been flagged.

That’s not why Michigan lost.

Yeah, Michigan State got flagged seven times for 75 yards and Michigan eight times for 59, but the calls – and missed calls – ended up screwing up the Maize and Blue side more.

And no – the officiating wasn’t why Michigan lost.

Michigan lost because Michigan State was more physical in the second half, sharper when it had to be, and it was far, far, more effective at getting the ground game going because …

Michigan lost because Kenneth Walker was the best player on the field, and the blocking up front got the job done against a strong defensive front.

Walker ran 23 times for 197 yards and five touchdowns, making play after play despite being a marked man by the Michigan defense, and now it’s Game On.

But first, it was a Michigan State win over Michigan. Actually, it was another Michigan State win over Michigan.

This wasn’t Jim Harbaugh’s fault – his team played well – but now Mel Tucker is 2-0 against him. In that state and in this rivalry, you can be the Michigan head coach and lost to Ohio State here and there – that program is pretty good – but losing to “Little Brother” is completely and totally unforgivable, and Michigan has now dropped three of the last five.

But not all is totally lost for the Wolverines.

The offense was terrific, and the defense wasn’t all that bad – again, Mr. Walker had himself a day – and there’s no time to get mopey.

Indiana needs to be a layup. Penn State isn’t all that great – even if it’s on the road and everyone is wearing white t-shirts, and going to Maryland can’t be an issue.

There’s absolutely no reason the Wolverines can’t be 10-1 when Ohio State comes into town.

This game is all about the rise of Michigan State, though.

The Spartans were out of this down 30-14 late in the third, but the offense kept going on big marches, the defense kept coming up with big holds, and …

Kenneth Walker, Kenneth Walker, Kenneth Walker.

The Spartans now go to Purdue, gets Maryland, and if all goes right, should be 10-0 with at Ohio State and Penn State to close.

It’s going to be a fun November in East Lansing.

Week 9 Big Game Reactions   
Baylor 31, Texas 24
Miami 38, Pitt 34

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ACC Predictions, Schedule, Game Previews, Lines, How To Watch: Week 9

ACC Week 9 college football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings. Miami at Pitt, Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech, Florida State at Clemson, Boston College at Syracuse, Duke at Wake Forest, North Carolina at Notre Dame, Louisville at NC State, Virginia at BYU

ACC college football predictions, schedule, game previews, lines, how to watch, and TV listings for Week 9 of the season.


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ACC Results So Far
SU: 46-24, ATS: 41-28-1, Point Total: 35-34

College Football Schedule, Predictions, Game Previews, Week 9

Saturday, October 30

Miami at Pitt

12:00, ACC Network
Line: Pitt -9.5, o/u: 61

Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech

12:00, ESPN3
Line: Georgia Tech -4, o/u: 56

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Florida State at Clemson

3:30, ESPN
Line: Clemson -9.5, o/u: 47

Boston College at Syracuse

3:30, ESPN3
Line: Syracuse -6.5, o/u: 50

Duke at Wake Forest

4:00, ACC Network
Line: Wake Forest -16.5, o/u: 70

North Carolina at Notre Dame

7:30, NBC
Line: Notre Dame -3.5, o/u: 62.5

Louisville at NC State

7:30, ACC Network
Line: NC State -6.5, o/u: 56.5

Virginia at BYU

10:15, ESPN2
Line: BYU -2.5, o/u: 64

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