ACC Football: College Football Game Previews and Picks Against the Spread for Week Six

ACC Football: Week Six 2013 Game Previews and Picks Against the Spread

Rubbing the Rock would like to welcome you to a weekly ACC Football feature we will do as Ole Woody Smalls does his best to pick all the College Football conference games against the spread. We emphasise “Do His Best” as he pulled off a 56-32 mark in picking ACC games in 2012.

It is the first week of picking ACC games for Fansided, so watch the video and see just how good, bad or foolish you think this old sports writer is for Week Six!

So as far as a recap, here are those ACC Football pics once again for Week Six Against the Spread.

Maryland Terapins at Florida State Seminoles (-16)
ESPN – Noon
FSU wins and covers 44-17

Ball State Cardinals at Virginia Cavaliers (-4.5)
RSN – Noon
Virginia Wins, but does not cover, 24-23

North Carolina Tar Heels at Virginia Tech Hokies (-7.5)
ACC Network – 12:30 p.m.
North Carolina wins and covers, 38-27.

Army Black Knights at Boston College Eagles (-11.5)
ESPN3 – 1 p.m.
Boston College wins and covers easily, 44-13

Clemson Tigers at Syracuse Orange (+14)
ABC/ESPN2 – 3:30 p.m.
Clemson wins and covers 42-17.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Miami Hurricanes (-6)
ESPNU – 3:30 p.m.
The U rolls 42-20.

North Carolina State Wolfpack at Wake Forest Demon Deacons (+7.5)
RSN – 3:30 p.m.
North Carolina State has no problem getting this done and covers 28-17.

Don’t be shy!

Comment below or tweet out to @rubbingtherock to see how smart you are against the pigskin prognosticator that is Woody Smalls. There will be no prizes if you win; just the sweet satisfaction of a job well done over your favorite beverage and game day snack.

Topics: ACC Football, Clemson Tigers, College Football Lines, Picks Against The Spread

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