Virginia Tech Hokies
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After finishing eighth in the ACC with a 5-6 overall record last year, the Hokies are looking to get back to their winning ways. Head coach Justin Fuente has a 38-26 record in five seasons with the school but hasn’t finished a season ranked in the top-25 since 2017.
Sportsbooks have set the line on their season wins at seven going into 2021, so oddsmakers expect a slight return to form. See all of the Hokies odds above, as well as their full regular-season schedule, against-the-spread (ATS) record, depth charts and more.
Virginia Tech Hokies Point Spreads
The Hokies let their spread backers down in 2020, covering the spread only 36% of the time throughout the season. The most common type of bet in the U.S., spread bets are wagers on the winning margin of a football game. Here’s how that may look:
- Virginia Tech -3 (-110)
- Virginia +3 (-110)
The favored team, the one with the minus sign, has to win by more than the spread to cover, while the underdog team (plus sign) covers by winning the game or losing by less than the spread. With whole number spreads like the example above (they frequently are listed in half-point denominations), bets on both sides could also tie — if Virginia Tech won by exactly a field goal.
Virginia Tech Hokies Over/Unders
The Hokies managed to both score and allow over 30 points per game in 2020, leading to oddsmakers setting consistently high totals on their games. Totals, or over/unders, are bets on how many points will be scored between both teams in a game. Winners and losers don’t matter here, just points!
For example, books set a very high 69-point total for the Hokies' game against Wake Forest last season. With an uncharacteristically low-scoring 16-23 loss, under bettors won by a mile. For over bettors to have won, the teams would have had to combine for at least 70 points, while a total of 69 would have been a tie, returning bettors on both sides their stake.
Virginia Tech Moneylines
While they won only five of them, oddsmakers had the Hokies favored on the moneyline in nine games last season. Moneylines are a way to bet just on which team will win the game, regardless of margin. Just like with spread bets, teams expected to lose have a plus sign by their moneyline odds, and teams expected to win have a minus sign. Unlike spread bets, the number after the sign represents the payouts of the bet, not the number of points.
Let's look at an example again:
- Virginia Tech -149
- Virginia +129
In this case, $149 wagers on the favorites profit $100, while $100 wagers on the underdog profit $129.
Virginia Tech Props
For the fantasy football fan, proposition (or prop) bets are a fun way to get involved in betting on the Hokies. Player props are over/under bets on individual players.
For example, you could bet over or under on QB Braxton Burmeister's passing yards, completions or touchdowns. Other skill position players will have their own props as well.
Virginia Tech Futures
Expecting the Hokies to have a good season but don’t want to bet on individual games? You could bet over on their season win total, which is a futures bet. Futures are wagers on the whole season, and they pay out when the results become clear.
Other Hokies futures include their odds to win the ACC, their national title chances, and awards markets for certain players.