2024-25 ACC Basketball Futures Betting Odds

The 2024-25 NCAA Men's regular season is scheduled to begin in November and bettors can start placing wagers on schools to win the 2024-25 ACC Regular Season title.

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Opening Odds to Win 2024-25 ACC Regular Season

  • Duke Blue Devils +300
  • North Carolina Tar Heels +500
  • Miami-Florida Hurricanes +750
  • Louisville Cardinals +900
  • Wake Forest Demon Deacons +1100
  • Virginia Cavaliers +1200
  • Clemson Tigers +1200
  • North Carolina State Wolfpack +1500
  • Syracuse Orange +1600
  • Pittsburgh Panthers +1800
  • Southern Methodist Mustangs +2000
  • Virginia Tech Hokies +3000
  • Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets +3300
  • Notre Dame Fighting Irish +4500
  • Boston College Eagles +5500
  • Florida State Seminoles +5500
  • Stanford Cardinals +6600
  • California Golden Bears +6600

Atlantic Coast Conference Teams

Boston College Eagles
California Golden Bears
Clemson Tigers
Duke Blue Devils
Florida State Seminoles
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Louisville Cardinals
Miami-Florida Hurricanes
North Carolina Tar Heels
North Carolina State Wolfpack
Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Pittsburgh Panthers
Southern Methodist Mustangs
Stanford Cardinal
Syracuse Orange
Virginia Cavaliers
Virginia Tech Hokies
Wake Forest Demon Deacons

2024 ACC Tournament Results

First Round - Tuesday, March 12

No. 12 Notre Dame 84, No. 13 Georgia Tech 80
No. 10 North Carolina State 94, No. 15 Louisville 85
No. 11 Boston College 81, No. 14 Miami 65

Second Round - Wednesday, March 13

No. 9 Florida State 86, No. 8 Virginia Tech 76
No. 5 Wake Forest 72, No. 12 Notre Dame 59
No. 10 North Carolina State 83, No. 7 Syracuse 65
No. 11 Boston College 76, No. 6 Clemson 55

Quarterfinals - Thursday, March 14

No. 1 North Carolina 92, No. 9 Florida State 67
No. 4 Pittsburgh 81, No. 5 Wake Forest 69
No. 10 North Carolina State 74, No. 2 Duke 69
No. 3 Virginia 66, No. 11 Boston College 60 (OT)

Semifinals - Friday, March 15

No. 1 North Carolina 72, No. 4 Pittsburgh 65
No. 10 North Carolina State 73, No. 3 Virginia 65 (OT)

Championship - Saturday, March 16

No. 10 North Carolina State 84, No. 1 North Carolina 76

2024 ACC Tournament Betting Resources

  • Dates: Tuesday, March 12 - Saturday, March 16
  • Venue: Capital One Arena
  • Location: Washington, D.C.
  • Network(s): ACCN, ESPN2, ESPN

ACC Tournament History

North Carolina State shocked the world by winning the ACC tournament title as a 10-seed with five wins in five days. The Wolfpack turned that run into an incredible trip to the Final Four before losing to Purdue.

  • 2024 - North Carolina State
  • 2023 - Virginia
  • 2022 - Virginia Tech
  • 2021 - Georgia Tech 
  • 2020 - None
  • 2019 - Duke
  • 2018 - Virginia
  • 2017 - Duke
  • 2016 - UNC
  • 2015 - Notre Dame
  • 2014 - Virginia
  • 2013 - Miami-Florida
  • 2012 - FSU
  • 2011 - Duke
  • 2010 - Duke
  • 2009 - Duke
  • 2008 - North Carolina
  • 2007 - North Carolina
  • 2006 - Duke
  • 2005 - Duke
  • 2004 - Maryland
  • 2003 - Duke
  • 2002 - Duke
  • 2001 - Duke
  • 2000 - Duke
  • 1999 - Duke
  • 1998 - North Carolina

ACC TOURNAMENT HISTORICAL TRENDS

-- The ACC tournament has not had a repeat champion since Duke pulled off a three-peat from 2009-2011.

-- A top-three seed has captured the title in 14 of the last 18 ACC tournaments since the league expanded in 2005. The only two times that a team seeded fourth or below pulled out the ACC title was Duke, as the Blue Devils won it as a #5 seed both in 2017 and 2011.

-- The last team to wear the ACC tournament crown that ended up winning the NCAA tournament was Duke in 2010 when the Blue Devils held off Butler in the title game.

-- However, nine of the previous 10 ACC champions failed to reach the Final Four, as North Carolina was the lone outlier in 2016 when the Tar Heels fell at the buzzer in the national championship to Villanova.

-- Five teams have never experienced winning an ACC tournament as those schools include - Boston College, Clemson, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Syracuse.

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