ACC Football Odds, Week 7: Georgia Tech One Of Four Road Favorites

Road favorites dominate the ACC's Week 7 action, as only the Tar Heels are favored at home against Miami, by three points. North Carolina is a very quiet 5-1, having finished out its non-conference play 4-0. The Heels are .500 against the spread this season, while Miami has covered only one game this season (their 24-6 win over Ohio State).

Georgia Tech had been something of a lock to cover this season, until a two-week skid where they pushed in a win at NC State (junk points late brought the Wolfpack back) and then a scant five-point win Saturday against Maryland was their first failure to cover all season. Still, the Yellow Jackets look like a safe bet to cover eight points against a Wahoo team that hasn't beaten the spread against a FBS team all season.

Miami at North Carolina (-3)

Florida State (-9) at Duke

Georgia Tech (-8) at Virginia

Virginia Tech (-7) at Wake Forest

Clemson (-7) at Maryland

For up to date lines, check out the complete list of Saturday's action here, and visit the SB Nation College Football news hub.

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