Divisional titles are wrapped up, now it’s on to other matters for members of the ACC.
Clemson and Miami have already clinched the Atlantic and Coastal division crowns, respectively. The two teams will face off on Dec. 2, perhaps with a College Football Playoff berth on the line.
Clemson has wrapped up ACC play and at 7-1. After a matchup with The Citadel on Saturday, the Tigers get rival South Carolina, then Miami for the ACC championship.
Miami, at 9-0 overall and 6-0 in league play, has games against Virginia and Pittsburgh coming up.
On the other end of the spectrum, four ACC teams need to win out to reach .500 and get a bowl berth.
Florida State, the preseason No. 3 team, is sitting at 3-6. The Seminoles host two-win Delaware State of the MEAC on Saturday, then play at rival-but-downtrodden Florida before hosting Louisiana-Monroe in a game that was recently rescheduled.
Pittsburgh, Duke and Syracuse are each 4-6 overall, and all are underdogs this coming Saturday.
The SportsLine Projection Model simulated college football games 10,000 times and came up with final scores and projected player statistics.
Below are the matchups for Week 12 of the ACC, with projected final scores and statistics. Games against non-FBS teams are not included. Notre Dame, not a member of the ACC for football, is included.
Projections are updated every 10 minutes.
Saturday, Nov. 18
SportsLine Projection Model’s score: Miami 38, Virginia 14
Vegas line: The Hurricanes are favored by 19.5 points (O/U 50.5)
Projected Statistics: Malik Rosier throws for 233 yards, 2.13 TDs and 1.35 INTs while Travis Homer runs for 100 yards and 1.01 TDs for Miami. Kent Benkert passes for 184 yards, 0.98 TD and 1.76 INTs for Virginia.
SportsLine Projection Model’s score: Virginia Tech 34, Pittsburgh 22
Vegas line: The Hokies are a 16.5-point home favorite (O/U 50.5)
Projected Statistics: Josh Jackson passes for 277 yards and 2.04 TDs with Cam Phillips catching 5.2 balls for 76 yards for Tech. Ben DiNucci goes for 251 yards, 1.15 TDs and 1.40 INTs to lead the Panthers.
SportsLine Projection Model’s score: Georgia Tech 23, Duke 17
Vegas line: Tech is favored by 6 points on the road (O/U 50.5)
Projected Statistics: KirVonte Benson runs for 89 yards while TaQuon Marshall runs for 81 for the Yellow Jackets. Daniel Jones throws for 195 yards and Shaun Wilson runs for 63 more for the Blue Devils.
SportsLine Projection Model’s score: Louisville 43, Syracuse 28
Vegas line: The Cardinals are a 13.5-point home favorite (O/U 73.5)
Projected Statistics: Lamar Jackson passes for 329 yards and 2.54 TDs and runs for 113 more yards for UL. Eric Dungey throws for 350 yards and runs for 47 to pace Syracuse.
SportsLine Projection Model’s score: Notre Dame 44, Navy 20
Vegas line: The Fighting Irish are favored by 17 (O/U 63)
Projected Statistics: Brandon Wimbush throws for 277 yards and 2.50 TDs and Josh Adams rushes for 98 yards for Notre Dame. Zach Abey runs for 98 yards and throws for 97 for the Midshipmen.
SportsLine Projection Model’s score: Boston College 30, Connecticut 14
Vegas line: The Eagles are favored by 21 points (O/U 51.5)
Projected Statistics: Darius Wade throws for 243 yards and 1.87 TDs and AJ Dillon runs for 96 yards for Boston College. Bryant Shirreffs passes for 167 yards to lead UConn.
SportsLine Projection Model’s score: Wake Forest 26, N.C. State 23
Vegas line: The Demon Deacons are a 1.5-point home favorite (O/U 62)
Projected Statistics: John Wolford goes for 231 yards and 1.46 TDs while Ryan Finley passes for 287 yards and 1.48 TDs for the Wolfpack.
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