ACC Season Predictions: Florida State the Current Predicted Leader In Regular Season Wins

The preseason regular season win totals are here and the ACC Season Predictions lock in the FSU Seminoles as favorites to win the conference.

The regular season win totals are being released by sportsbooks all over, including one of the most notable books, DraftKings. The ACC season predictions shed light on a potentially new favorite to win the conference this fall.

ACC Season Predictions

As summer approaches and spring practices come to an end across the nation, regular season wins predictions have started to surface. While rosters are still being constructed and fall camps are months away, the predictions for each conference are alive and well.

Sports bettors can get in on the action from around the country. Below are the current odds for projected regular-season wins from each of the ACC football teams.

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ACC Atlantic Season Prediction – Regular Season Win Totals

  • Boston College – 5.5
  • Clemson – 9.5
  • Florida State – 10
  • Louisville – 7.5
  • NC State – 6.5
  • Syracuse – 6.5
  • Wake Forest – 5.5

The totals put Florida State in first place, closely followed by Clemson. FSU has a season-opening game against LSU and their annual matchup against Clemson in Week 4 on September 23.

The gap between the top two is significant, making the Clemson-FSU game the current favorite to decide the ACC Atlantic this year. Clemson has represented the ACC Atlantic in every ACC Championship Game except for one since 2015.

Clemson or Florida State has appeared in 13 of the past 14 ACC Championship games and 14 of the 18 lifetime ACC Championship Games since they started playing Championship games in 2005.

ACC Coastal Season Prediction – Regular Season Win Totals

  • Duke – 6.5
  • Georgia Tech – no current odds
  • Miami (FL) – 7.5
  • North Carolina – 8.5
  • Pittsburgh – 6.5
  • Virginia – 3.5
  • Virginia Tech – 4.5

The ACC Coastal is much less clear than the Atlantic. North Carolina and potential Heisman frontrunner Drake Maye are the current favorites. Miami, Pittsburgh, and Duke also have a fair shot at representing the Coastal.

North Carolina’s Maye landed at No. 2 on our ACC QB Rankings ahead of the season, giving the Tar Heels a good chance to take home the Coastal crown again and potentially challenge for the ACC Championship game.

Notably, Virginia and Virginia Tech are currently in the stages of rebuilding their programs, and bettors are avoiding Georgia Tech as there are currently no odds for their regular season win totals from DraftKings.

College Football Network will have more on season predictions, including a game-by-game look from every single team this summer.