Both my ACC picks won their game straight-up in Week 12’s parlay (that can be found on the Every1bets.com USA online sports gambling review site), but neither Clemson nor North Carolina could cover against the spread as favorites. With quite a few college football rivalries on this Saturday’s slate, I have settled-in on two more matchups in the ACC for my parlay pick based on betting odds by GT Bets.
College Football Week 13 Parlay Betting Picks Virginia Tech Hokies at Virginia Cavaliers
Pointspread: Virginia Tech -3.5
The Hokies could not pull-off the upset against North Carolina in head coach Frank Beamer’s last home game at the helm, but they gave the Tar Heels a real scare in a tight 30-27 overtime loss as 3.5-point underdogs. It was their third-straight cover ATS and they are 4-2 ATS over their last six games. When it comes to this rivalry Virginia Tech is 5-0 SU in its last five road college football betting games against Virginia while going 4-1 ATS.
The Cavaliers outlasted Duke 42-34 this past Saturday as 2.5-point home favorites, but overall they are just 4-7 SU this season. They have been a pretty good team to bet on with a 7-4 record ATS after covering in their last five contests, but I am going against them in this matchup. Virginia’s defense has been torched for an average of 33 points a game this season and it will have to face the added motivation of a 5-6 Virginia Tech team that needs a win to become bowl eligible.
NCAAF Parlay Betting Picks North Carolina Tar Heels at North Carolina State Wolfpack
Pointspread: North Carolina -7
The NCAAF Sportsbooks online see that the Tar Heels certainly had their hands full in a tough road matchup last week, but they come into this in-state rivalry with a ton of momentum from their current SU 10-game winning streak. North Carolina is a perfect 7-0 SU in ACC play and even though it has clinched the Coastal Division title, it has its sights set on bigger and better things in a matchup against undefeated Clemson in the conference title game.
The Wolfpack have to hope that their bitter rivals will be looking past this game to that showdown against the Tigers, but I would not count on it. NC State is just 3-6 ATS in its last nine home games against the Tar Heels and it comes into this season’s contest with a costly 5-11 record ATS in its last 16 home games overall. The Wolfpack have also failed to cover in five of their last seven games this season. Lay the touchdown and stick with the Tar Heels to cover in the back-end of this week’s parlay.