Odds to Win the ACC Coastal 2016: Canes, North Carolina

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The odds to win the ACC Coastal 2016 had the Canes and North Carolina as favorites at +225 and +250, respectively.

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Athlon had this to offer regarding Miami:

Miami can contend in the ACC Coastal Division in 2016, but not without shoring up a few key areas first. Defending division champion North Carolina has to replace its starting quarterback, Virginia Tech is breaking in a new head coach and quarterback, and Pittsburgh will have to replace its biggest playmaker in Tyler Boyd, so the opportunity for the Hurricanes to finally play in the ACC Championship Game is there.  If the Hurricanes can learn their new playbook quickly, fans should see improvement relatively quickly.

CampusInsiders writes of the Tar Heels chances in 2016:

After running the Coastal Division table and putting a scare into Clemson in Charlotte, Carolina is flush in confidence entering 2016. Plus, 10 of the 15 players who earned some degree of all-league recognition are back for another season, so a lack of talent won’t be an impediment to continued success. Unlike the Atlantic Division, the ACC’s other half, there are no scary roadblocks out of the Coastal that the Heels will need to figure out how to beat this season.

The Oct. 15 at Miami will likely give us an idea of who will win this division though it is what comes after the FSU trip that will determine who wins the Coastal Division, a visit from Virginia Tech and this road game at Miami. The Heels beat up the Canes pretty badly last fall but few believe that will happen again.

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- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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