Clemson Football: Early Vegas Odds vs. Virginia Cavaliers

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - NOVEMBER 23: Head coach Bronco Mendenhall of the Virginia Cavaliers walks off the field after the end of a game against the Liberty Flames at Scott Stadium on November 23, 2019 in Charlottesville, Virginia. (Photo by Ryan M. Kelly/Getty Images)
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - NOVEMBER 23: Head coach Bronco Mendenhall of the Virginia Cavaliers walks off the field after the end of a game against the Liberty Flames at Scott Stadium on November 23, 2019 in Charlottesville, Virginia. (Photo by Ryan M. Kelly/Getty Images) /
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The Clemson football team will take on the Virginia Cavaliers in the ACC Championship game. Here’s a look at the early odds for the matchup.

The Clemson football team finished off the regular season with a perfect 12-0 record following a 38-3 blow out of in-state rival South Carolina down in Columbia, SC.

The Tigers improved their impressive winning streak to 27 games and are now just one victory away from getting back in the CFB Playoff for a fifth-straight season.

The only thing standing in their way? An ACC Championship matchup against the Virginia Cavaliers.

Dabo Swinney’s Clemson football program has been a heavy favorite in every single game this season and the conference title won’t be any different.

Here’s a look at the early Vegas odds for the matchup against Virginia Saturday evening in Charlotte.

Early Odds for the ACC Championship Game:

The Clemson football team opened up as a 21.5-point favorite, but that line has quickly skyrocketed. The Tigers are now considered a 29-point favorite, courtesy of the Action Network, and more than 69 percent of the money is still coming in on Dabo Swinney’s program.

It wouldn’t be surprising to see this spread into the 30s before the end of the week and it’s clear that most are expecting the Tigers to come away with an impressive win Saturday evening in Bank of America Stadium.

The ACC Championship game is scheduled to kick off at 7:30 p.m. on ABC. Steve Levy (play-by-play), Brian Griese (color) and Todd McShay (sideline) will be on the call.

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Make sure you check back here on Rubbing the Rock for more updates, analysis and coverage of everything Clemson football as we head into the postseason with the Tigers looking to get back to the CFB Playoff and compete for another conference championship, as well as another National Title.