ACC Football 2012 Television Schedule & Spreads: Week 10

Virginia Tech and Miami Kick Off This Week’s ACC Action on Thursday Night

Every week, we’ll be providing a quick rundown of which ACC football games are on television, and also list the latest spread on each game (should you choose to engage in gambling-related activities). Please plan your days accordingly.

ACC Football Week 10 Television Schedule & Spreads

Thursday, November 1

Virginia Tech Hokies at Miami Hurricanes (+1.5), 7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN

Saturday, November 3

Syracuse Orange at Cincinnati Bearcats (-5), noon ET, ESPN3

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Maryland Terrapins (+8), 12:30 p.m. ET, ESPN3

Virginia Cavaliers at NC State Wolfpack (-9.5), 12:30 p.m. ET, ESPN3

Pittsburgh Panthers at Notre Dame Fighting Irish (-16.5), 3:30 p.m. ET, NBC

Boston College Eagles at Wake Forest Demon Deacons (-4), 3:30 p.m. ET, ESPN Gameplan

Clemson Tigers at Duke Blue Devils (+13), 7 p.m. ET, ESPN2

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2 thoughts on “ACC Football 2012 Television Schedule & Spreads: Week 10

  1. Some questions to ponder:
    Will VT @ Miami be as entertaining as usual?
    Will Clemson @ Duke be entertaining in the second half?
    Can Syracuse beat Cincinnati?
    Can Pittsburgh cover the spread?
    Which QB will tuck the ball & run more often in the GT @ Maryland game?
    Will the Wahoos score at all in Raleigh?
    If Wake defeats BC but no one is watching, will it make a sound?

    • All good ones. I’ll give it a shot:

      – Virginia Tech and Miami will be entertaining since the Hokies’ defense lacks last year’s intensity and Miami’s offense may be rejuvenated with the week off.

      – Clemson will run roughshod over Duke, especially if Renfree’s limited.

      – Syracuse can beat Cincinnati, but the question is ‘will they?’ If the Orange can get out of their own way, I see this as a hard-fought upset.

      – I think that spread is too high for the ND/Pitt game, so yes, I think the Panthers can cover.

      – Georgia Tech has a real QB controversy, and I think they’re transitioning to next year already. Vad Lee will get more carries.

      – UVa will score, but not much. I see a big game for David Amerson.

      – Lastly, no. It won’t make a sound.

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