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Odds to win the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament

FSU has emerged as the favorite, but can they hold off Duke, Louisville and the rest of the league’s powers?

Florida State Seminoles head coach Leonard Hamilton celebrates after winning the ACC regular season championship after defeating the Boston College Eagles at Donald L. Tucker Center. Glenn Beil-USA TODAY Sports

It’s been a wild season in the ACC, with only four teams guaranteed to go to the NCAA Tournament. That would be the lowest number since the league expanded to 15 teams, though Georgia Tech is ineligible for all postseason play this year.

The Florida State Seminoles won the regular season championship outright at 16-4 in the league, holding off the Duke Blue Devils, Louisville Cardinals, and Virginia Cavaliers all at 15-5. Perhaps the biggest surprise this season is North Carolina; last year’s league champs are in last place at 6-14 and would have to win five games in five days to make any postseason tournament whatsoever.

There’s no better place to be than Greensboro for the second week in March, so ask Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim for some restaurant recommendations if you’re in town, but otherwise grab a seat in front of the tv and settle in for one of the best events in college sports.

The following are the odds to win the Big South Conference tournament from DraftKings Sportsbook.

ACC Tournament Odds

ACC Odds 3/3 Odds 3/10
ACC Odds 3/3 Odds 3/10
Duke +110 +225
Florida State +325 +200
Louisville +325 +325
Virginia +800 +700
Clemson +3300 +3000
NC State +3300 +2500
Syracuse +3300 +3300
North Carolina +4000 +3000
Notre Dame +8000 +4000
Miami (FL) +10000 +10000
Pittsburgh +10000 +10000
Virginia Tech +15000 +15000
Boston College +20000 +20000
Wake Forest +20000 +20000

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