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Vanderbilt vs VA Tech Odds

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SpreadTotalMoneyline
VT
-13-110
o55-109
-535
VAN
+13-110
u55-111
+392

Hokies Injuries

All NCAAF Injuries

There are no injuries for this team currently.

Hokies 2024 Schedule & Betting Odds

dateopponentscorespreadover/undermoneyline
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Sep 7thMRSH----
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Virginia Tech Hokies 2023 Season Preview

The Virginia Tech Hokies' 2023 football season is highly anticipated, but it comes with its share of challenges and uncertainties. In the previous season, the team struggled, managing only three victories, which was the program's fewest since 1992. Second-year head coach Brent Pry inherited a roster that required significant upgrades on both offense and defense.

On the offensive side of the ball, the Hokies faced considerable difficulties, averaging the fewest points per game (19.3) since 1989 and ranking 120th nationally in total offense. To address these issues, the team has brought in several transfers to bolster the roster. Key additions include wide receiver Ali Jennings III from Old Dominion, Baylor transfer Kyron Drones as a potential dual-threat quarterback, and other talented players in the receiver and running back positions. However, the offensive line remains a concern and will need to improve to support a more effective running game.

The defensive unit showed promise under coach Pry, and there's star power in the secondary, led by cornerback Mansoor Delane and Dorian Strong. The defense's performance last year was more encouraging than the offense, but question marks exist, particularly on the defensive front and at linebacker.

Looking at the schedule, the Hokies will face challenging matchups against teams like Purdue, Florida State, and NC State. There are opportunities for victories, such as games against ODU, Syracuse, and Boston College. However, the overall success of the season will depend on the team's ability to perform consistently on both sides of the ball.

Predictions for the Hokies' 2023 season vary, with some analysts foreseeing a tough year with a potential record of 3-9, while others remain cautiously optimistic about the team's progress under Pry. The schedule changes in the ACC have added complexity to the season, as teams no longer compete within traditional divisions, making the path to a true conference champion less straightforward.

The Virginia Tech Hokies will need to show significant improvement from the previous season and work cohesively as a team to compete in the competitive ACC. As with any college football season, surprises can occur, and fans will eagerly follow the team's progress throughout the year.

Virginia Tech Hokies Point Spreads

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

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 a past Hokies' game against Wake Forest. 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

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.

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.

How to Bet on the Virginia Tech Hokies

Legal Virginia sports betting went live in 2021, and there are plenty of sportsbook options you can choose from to bet on the Virginia Tech Hokies.

Next VA Tech Game

Game Details
@ Vanderbilt Commodores
Vanderbilt
location pin
Sat 8/314:00 PM

Vanderbilt vs VA Tech Odds

More Odds
SpreadTotalMoneyline
VT
-13-110
o55-109
-535
VAN
+13-110
u55-111
+392

Hokies Injuries

All NCAAF Injuries

There are no injuries for this team currently.

Virginia Tech Hokies 2023 Season Preview

The Virginia Tech Hokies' 2023 football season is highly anticipated, but it comes with its share of challenges and uncertainties. In the previous season, the team struggled, managing only three victories, which was the program's fewest since 1992. Second-year head coach Brent Pry inherited a roster that required significant upgrades on both offense and defense.

On the offensive side of the ball, the Hokies faced considerable difficulties, averaging the fewest points per game (19.3) since 1989 and ranking 120th nationally in total offense. To address these issues, the team has brought in several transfers to bolster the roster. Key additions include wide receiver Ali Jennings III from Old Dominion, Baylor transfer Kyron Drones as a potential dual-threat quarterback, and other talented players in the receiver and running back positions. However, the offensive line remains a concern and will need to improve to support a more effective running game.

The defensive unit showed promise under coach Pry, and there's star power in the secondary, led by cornerback Mansoor Delane and Dorian Strong. The defense's performance last year was more encouraging than the offense, but question marks exist, particularly on the defensive front and at linebacker.

Looking at the schedule, the Hokies will face challenging matchups against teams like Purdue, Florida State, and NC State. There are opportunities for victories, such as games against ODU, Syracuse, and Boston College. However, the overall success of the season will depend on the team's ability to perform consistently on both sides of the ball.

Predictions for the Hokies' 2023 season vary, with some analysts foreseeing a tough year with a potential record of 3-9, while others remain cautiously optimistic about the team's progress under Pry. The schedule changes in the ACC have added complexity to the season, as teams no longer compete within traditional divisions, making the path to a true conference champion less straightforward.

The Virginia Tech Hokies will need to show significant improvement from the previous season and work cohesively as a team to compete in the competitive ACC. As with any college football season, surprises can occur, and fans will eagerly follow the team's progress throughout the year.

Virginia Tech Hokies Point Spreads

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

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 a past Hokies' game against Wake Forest. 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

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.

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.

How to Bet on the Virginia Tech Hokies

Legal Virginia sports betting went live in 2021, and there are plenty of sportsbook options you can choose from to bet on the Virginia Tech Hokies.