Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs. Florida State Seminoles Betting Odds - Free Point Spread Pick
The 2014 ACC Championship Game pits the Coastal Division Champion Georgia Tech Yellow against the Atlantic Division Champion Florida State Seminoles at Bank of America Stadium this Saturday night. Game time for this conference title tilt is set for 8 p.m. (ET) and the game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN.
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The Yellow Jackets are coming off their biggest victory of the year after knocking-off bitter rival Georgia 30-24 last Saturday in overtime as 10.5-point road underdogs. The total stayed UNDER the 67-point closing line and it has now stayed UNDER in three of their last four games. Georgia Tech is now a perfect 5-0 both straight-up and against the spread in its last five games.
Much of this team's success this season has to be attributed to a punishing ground game that is ranked fourth in the nation with an average of 333.8 yards a game. Zach Laskey led the way against Georgia last week with 140 yards on 26 carries, but quarterback Justin Thomas is actually the team's leading rusher on the year with 861 yards and five touchdowns. He has also thrown for 1,460 yards and 16 scores.
If you love nail-biting excitement in your college football games, then Florida State is the perfect team to watch. It survived yet another close call this past Saturday in a 24-19 victory over bitter rival Florida, but it could not cover the seven-point spread at home. This has been a common pattern all season long with a SU record of 12-0 and a costly 3-9 record ATS. The total stayed UNDER the 53-point closing line against the Gators and it has now stayed UNDER in the Seminoles last four contests.
Not only has Florida State been able to keep its winning streak alive throughout all of its tight games this season, it has had to overcome double-digit deficits a number of times this season against teams it was favored to beat by double-digits. This dangerous habit of