Don’t look now, but the Virginia Cavaliers are riding a four-game winning streak that extends back to October, improving to 5-4 after a rocky start to the pandemic season. The Virginia Tech Hokies, meanwhile are on a four-game losing streak during that same stretch, with a tough slate of opponents in Clemson, Miami, and then-undefeated Liberty.
The Hoos open as a 3-point underdog to the Hokies, who are coming off a 45-10 shellacking by Clemson.
College Football— Circa Sports (@CircaSports) December 6, 2020
Week 15 Opening Lines
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On the season, Virginia is 7-2 against the spread as follows:
- -4 vs. Duke (W)
- +27.5 at Clemson (W)
- -7 vs. NC State (L)
- +2.5 vs. Wake Forest (L)
- +13 at Miami (W)
- +7.5 vs. North Carolina (W)
- -6.5 vs. Louisville (W)
- -38.5 vs. Abilene Christian (W)
- -6.5 vs. Boston College (W)
Virginia Tech is 3-7 against the spread, having been favored in eight of their 10 games this season.
All-time, Virginia is down on the series, 38-57-5, although the Hoos currently hold a one (1) game win streak over the Hokies.
Other lines around the ACC:
- Pittsburgh (-6) at Georgia Tech
- Wake Forest at Louisville (-4)
- Duke at Florida State (-3)
- North Carolina at Miami (-3)
Virginia and Virginia Tech will kick off on Saturday, December 12 at 8:00 p.m. ET, once again on the ACC Network.