FSU vs. GTech Point Spread at Seminoles -4 in ACC Championship Game

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FSU vs. GTech Point Spread at Seminoles -4 in ACC Championship Game

The FSU vs. GTech point spread had Florida State as a -4 road favorite in a game that will prove whether the Seminoles are for real this season.  Despite their unblemished record in 2014, FSU is a mere 3-9 Against The Spread.  Action at BetOnline was relatively balanced but the volume was heavy enough that any one side seeing better than 55% will have an impact on the book’s bottom line.


These two teams last met in 2012 where FSU beat Georgia Tech by six points.

ESPN.com explains why this time might be different:

The Yellow Jackets are playing exceptional football to end the season, knocking off Georgia last week in overtime. While coach Paul Johnson’s offense has always been dangerous, the defense has chipped in with 17 takeaways in its past five games. That’s a recipe for disaster for Jameis Winston and FSU, which have been prone to turnovers all season.

Blake Frazier of BetOnline.ag sees things a different way, though Gambling911.com will tell it like it is: Do you really want to trust the sportsbook to be giving you your picks?  Think about it.

When you look at this game, it’s one that could be troublesome for Florida State. However, Seminole quarterback Jameis Winston is one of the most proven crunch-time players in all of college football. He might throw a lot of interceptions, but he always comes through in the fourth quarter – or perhaps, in light of last week’s game against Florida, he doesn’t make the huge mistake in the fourth quarter that leads to a loss. If you are betting on this game, which team would you trust to make the key play in the fourth quarter, provided that the game is still close? Florida State should be the answer.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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