Alabama vs. Virginia Tech Betting Line – Week 1 College Football

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Ean Lamb
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Alabama vs. Virginia Tech Betting Line – Week 1 College Football

The Alabama vs. Virginia Tech betting line for Week 1 of the 2013 College Football season had the Crimson Tide as an -18.5 favorite on the road at  

Alabama last played Virginia Tech at home and beat them by 12 points in 2009.

Here are a few good trends to consider before placing a bet on this game:

The Over is 5-0 in Crimson Tide last 5 games on fieldturf.  The total on this game is 45.5

Over is 8-1 in Crimson Tide last 9 neutral site games.

Crimson Tide are 7-1 ATS in their last 8 neutral site games.

Over is 4-0 in Hokies last 4 vs. SEC.

Hokies are 2-7-1 ATS in their last 10 non-conference games.

- Ean Lamb,



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