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ACC Tournament Predictions, Odds

 

Mar. 13, 2021
by VI News
VegasInsider.com

The 2021 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament will take place from Tuesday March 9 to Saturday March 13.

All of this year's games will be held at Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina.

2021 ACC Tournament Score Predictions

Saturday, March 13, 2021

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs. FSU Seminoles (-4) - 8:30 p.m. (ET)

  • Prediction: FSU 77 Georgia Tech 72
  • Best Bet: FSU -4

ACC Tournament - Matchup of the Day

Saturday, Mar. 13 - Championship

Georgia Tech vs. FSU Seminoles

  • Spread: FSU -4
  • Point Total: 148.5

Georgia Tech

  • Record: 15-8
  • ATS: 14-9
  • Point Total: 13-8-2
  • PS/G: 75.3 (80th)
  • PS/A: 69.8 (165th)

FSU Seminoles

  • Record: 16-5
  • ATS: 11-8-2
  • Point Total: 13-6-2
  • PS/G: 79.1 (33rd)
  • PS/A: 69.9 (169th)


2021 ACC Tournament Schedule & Betting Results

2021 ACC Tournament Betting Results
Wager Favorites-Underdogs
Straight Up 8-4
Against the Spread 5-6-1
Total
Over-Under 8-4

Per the ACC conference, the betting results and schedule are listed below and all early games will be televised on the ESPN Networks.

Tuesday, March 9 (First Round)

Game 1 - No. 12 Pittsburgh 73 vs. No. 13 Miami (+3, ML +145) 79, Over (135)
Game 2 - No. 10 Duke (-13) 86 vs. No. 15 Boston College 51, Under (152.5)
Game 3 - No. 11 Notre Dame 80 vs. No. 14 Wake Forest 77 (+9), Over (141.5)

Wednesday, March 10 (Second Round)

Game 4 - No. 8 Syracuse (-3) 89 vs. No. 9 N.C. State 68, Over (146.5)
Game 5 - No. 5 Clemson 64 vs. No. 13 Miami (+8, ML +300) 67, Over (126.5)
Game 6 - No. 7 Louisville 56 vs. No. 10 Duke (-3) 70, Under (140.5)
Game 7 - No. 6 North Carolina (-6.5) 101 vs. No. 11 Notre Dame 59, Over (151.5)

Thursday, March 11 (Quarterfinals)

Game 8 - No. 1 Virginia 72 vs. Syracuse (+5) 69, Over (130)
Game 9 - No. 4 Georgia Tech (-10) 70 vs. No. 13 Miami (+10) 66, Under (138.5)
Game 10 - No. 2 Florida State vs. No. 10 Duke - FSU advances due to positive COVID test with Duke
Game 11 - No. 3 Virginia Tech 73 vs. No. 6 North Carolina (-4) 81, Over (141)

Friday, March 12 (Semifinals)

Game 12 - No. 1 Virginia vs. No. 4 Georgia Tech - Tech advances due to positive COVID test with UVA
Game 13 - No. 2 Florida State (-3) 69 vs. No. 6 North Carolina 66 - Push, Under (151.5)

Saturday, March 13 (Championship)

Game 14 - No. 4 Georgia Tech (+4.5) 80 vs. No. 2 Florida State 75, Over (145.5)

2021 ACC Tournament Future Picks

Virginia is the new favorite, after FSU dropped its final regular-season game against Notre Dame. Either club can win the tournament, as UNC jumps all the way to the third-highest odds upon entering. They may be a team to fade.

Duke is another team to be cautious of, as the Blue Devils are one of the youngest teams entering this tournament. A long shot to consider is Georgia Tech, one of the best offenses in the nation but trouble winning away from Atlanta.

Pick: Florida State +350

Long Shot Pick:: Syracuse +5000

ACC Tournament History

The league did not have a tournament in 2020 due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.

ACC Tournament History (1998-2020)
Year Winner
2020 Postponed
2019 Duke
2018 Virginia
2017 Duke
2016 North Carolina
2015 Notre Dame
2014 Virginia
2013 Miami-Florida
2012 Florida State
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


The Florida State Seminoles enter the ACC Tournament as one of the favorites, looking for their first championship since 2012. (AP)

ACC Tournament Historical Trends

-- The ACC tournament has not had a repeat champion since Duke pulled off a three-peat from 2009-2011. The Blue Devils won the most recent ACC championship in 2019 by defeating Florida State, 73-63.

-- A top-three seed has captured the title in 13 of the last 15 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.

-- Since 2005, eight times a top seed has won the ACC tournament with Virginia being the last one back in 2018.

-- 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, eight of the previous nine 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.

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

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