ACC Football Betting Schedules
NCAA ACC Conference Schedule 2016 - College Football Betting Schedules
Seven charter members initially formed the Atlantic Coast Conference back in May of 1953. The founding father’s included Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest. All seven schools bolted the Southern Conference, and it wasn’t until June that the new conference’s name was established.
Expansion came in December when Virginia was admitted, but South Carolina tendered its resignation in 1971 and forced the conference to remain seven strong until 1978 when the Georgia Institute of Technology was admitted; now known as Georgia Tech.
Florida State, Miami, Virginia Tech and Boston College were the final entrants through October of 2005. With the conference now 12 strong, the conference was able to split into two divisions and have a title game.
The ACC then became the first of any power conference to expand to 14 total members in 2011 when Syracuse and Pittsburgh were brought in after each bolted the now defunct Big East for greener pastures.
After Maryland bolted for a bigger payday as a member of the Big Ten, Louisville became a member of the ACC in 2014. Notre Dame also joined the conference and partook in every sport but football. The Irish do however play five ACC teams a year on the gridiron.
Duke Blue Devils
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Collectively, the ACC has taken home 18 National Championships with Miami and Pitt tied for the most with five apiece. Only the SEC and Big Ten sit ahead of them in the Power Five conferences.
Automatic bowl tie-ins to the ACC are as follows: Fiesta Bowl, Peach Bowl, Russell Athletic Bowl, Music City Bowl, TaxSlayer Bowl, Belk Bowl, Hyundai Bowl, New Era Pinstripe Bowl, Military Bowl, Independence Bowl, Quick Lane Bowl, St. Petersburg Bowl, and Birmingham Bowl.
Only eight of the 14 teams posted winning marks against the spread last season with three of those teams coming in at 7-6. Linemakers have a great handle on this conference, so if a team gets out to either a great or terrible start versus the number, look for the team to likely regress the second half of the season.
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