College Football Odds & Pick for Clemson vs. Virginia Tech: Sharps, Projections Reveal Betting Edge (Saturday, Dec. 5)
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- There's not a debate concerning which team will win tonight's Clemson vs. Virginia Tech game.
- The spread, however, is very much up for debate, as sharps have taken advantage of an inflated Virginia Tech line.
- Danny Donahue explains the rumblings below.
College Football Odds: Clemson vs. Virginia Tech
|Virginia Tech Odds||+22|
|PRO Projection||CLEM -14.3 | 67.4|
|Time||7:30 p.m. ET|
little no debate over who’s more likely to win tonight’s ACC showdown in Blacksburg, there’s certainly some disagreement over how many points by which they should be favored.
Clemson is just north of a three-touchdown favorite on the road at Virginia Tech — a line that’s seen some movement in both directions since opening. The reasons for each direction of movement, however, have been vastly different, as our PRO Report makes clear.
College Football Sharp Pick: Clemson vs. Virginia Tech
While most bettors are rolling with the No. 3 team in the country, sharps and our experts have been taking the points with Virginia Tech. And our model suggests a pretty sizable edge on the underdog as well.
As mentioned, this line has seen some movement in both directions over the course of the week. The difference, however, is that only one of those directions has been catalyzed by sharp action.
Four Sports Insights Bet Signals have been triggered on Virginia Tech, indicating four separate instances of professional action landing on the underdog. That helps explain how this number is having trouble rising despite a strong 69% majority of bets landing on Clemson.
Sharp Action edge: Virginia Tech
That provides plenty of value in taking the points and earns this bet one of the highest projection-edge grades on the slate.
Model Projections edge: Virginia Tech
It’s not just sharps betting Virginia Tech. As of writing, three of our top college football experts have taken the home dog.
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Top Experts edge: Virginia Tech