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College football point spread: Virginia Tech vs. Virginia

The point spread and preview of the ACC Week 13 college football game Virginia Tech vs. Virginia.

College football point spread: Virginia Tech vs. Virginia There is nothing more exciting than Wee 13 of college football, especially when the racing to championships and titles are so close. Bookmakers all over the world expect a very busy weekend thanks to the U.S. college football and today we will take a look at the point spread and betting odds on one of the most anticipated game, by fans and bettors alike. We will start the Saturday's reviews with the rivalry between the No.8 Virginia Tech Hokies (9-2) and No. 16 Virginia Cavaliers (9-2). A lot is riding on this college football game and the winner will take it all - the annual Commonwealth Cup and a ticket to the ACC title game as the winner of the conference's Coastal Division. At the online sportsbook Bodog Sports (new window) the point spread on the Virginia Tech vs. Virginia game is currently sitting at -4 points chalk the Hokies, but keep in mind that this spread would likely change by tomorrow, maybe down to -3.5 or even -3, so if you like the -4 point spread - get in your betting slip early.

 At this point of the college football season any picks will be pretty much absolute gamble and we will restrain of choosing a favorite this week. Statistically, the Hokies are leading Virginia defensively, allowing 300.5 yards per game, compared to the Cavaliers at 325.1yards on average allowed. Virginia Tech is also scoring 4 points more and allowing 3 points less on average than Virginia, but the Hokies total offense is posting 16 yards less per game. Yes, the game is that close. In the Virginia Tech camp tight ends Chris Drager and Sam Wheeler are out for the season, and so are running back Elan Lewis and cornerback Roland Minor. For the Cavaliers the game will miss wide receiver Kevin Ogletree, cornerback Mike Brown and running back Cedric Peerman, all due to injuries.

 Keep in mind that Virginia Tech is 5-1 against the spread in its last 6 games and 13-3 ATS in its last 16 games on the road. Virginia is 2-4 against the spread in its last 6 games and 1-4 ATS in its last 5 games when playing Virginia Tech.

 Published on 11/23/2007

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