Florida State vs. Georgia Tech odds: Yellow Jackets open as 13-point underdogs

Scott Cunningham

Georgia Tech are big underdogs against Florida State in the ACC Championship Game.

The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will be heavy underdogs when they face the No. 13 Florida State Seminoles in the ACC Championship Game this Saturday. According to OddsShark, the Yellow Jackets have opened as 13-point underdogs, and that number is only getting bigger. The total is currently set at 61 points.

The 13-point opening line has grown since it was first posted, with it being as high as 14 points in some places. This comes as little surprise given the difference between the two teams' records. The only reason Georgia Tech is in the game is because the Miami Hurricanes self-imposed a bowl ban.

While Florida State is 10-2 on the season, they are just 4-7 against the spread. Meanwhile, Georgia Tech is a stellar 7-5 against the spread.

These two teams last played in 2009, with Georgia Tech winning a thrilling 49-44 shootout. The Yellow Jackets also won in 2008, snapping a long losing streak to the Seminoles.

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