ACC Tournament Odds 2021

The ACC is nowhere near the league that we have become accustomed to, but that just makes the ACC Tournament odds all the more interesting. is proud to provide a wide variety of ACC Tournament odds for games and futures.

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Duke is on the outside of the NCAA tournament looking in. So is Syracuse. North Carolina is squarely on the bubble. So is Louisville. Virginia won the league’s regular-season title, and their best win this season came against … Georgia Tech? Florida State may have the most talent, but they ended their season by getting run out of the gym by … Notre Dame?

The ACC Tournament takes place at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro N.C. and begins on March 9.

The tournament runs from March 9 to March 13, with the ACC championship game taking place at 8:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, March 13. The ACC Tournament will be broadcast on the ACC Network, ESPN and ESPN2 and streaming live on ACCNX. The first and second rounds will be broadcast on the ACC Network, with the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals being broadcast on ESPN and ESPN2.

What a weird year. Which should make the ACC tournament a wild, wild ride. Click here for the full list of ACC Tournament Odds.

TOURNAMENT PREVIEWS: Big East | Big Ten | Big 12 | Pac-12 | SEC


  • #1 Virginia (+255)
  • #2 Florida State (+275)
  • #6 North Carolina (+400)
  • #3 Virginia Tech (+600)
  • #7 Louisville (+700)
  • #5 Clemson (+1500)
  • #10 Duke (+2000)
  • #4 Georgia Tech (+2500)
  • #12 Pittsburgh (+2500)
  • #8 Syracuse (+5000)
  • #9 N.C. State (+10000)
  • #11 Notre Dame (+15000)
  • #13 Miami (+15000)
  • #14 Wake Forest (+20000)
  • #15 Boston College (+20000)


Virginia is the top seed and the odds-on favorite to win the ACC Tournament, but the Cavaliers aren’t the public pick. Virginia is backed by the second most tournament bets (26.7% of ACC bets), and the second-largest percentage of tournament handle (23.4% of ACC handle) at No. 2 seed Florida State is backed by the most bets (26.7% of ACC bets) and the third-largest percentage of tournament handle (17.6% of ACC handle). No. 10 seed Duke is responsible for the largest percentage of ACC Tournament handle (24.4% of ACC handle), as well as 17% of tournament bets, the third most of any team.


For all the criticisms that I have had about the Wahoos this season, they have been the most consistent team in the conference over the course of league play. The way they play matches up really, really well with the majority of the teams in the conference. What they want to do is pretty simple: Find a way to get Kihei Clark into the lane, draw a help defender off of one of their big men and then spray the ball out to snipers Jay Huff, Sam Hauser, and Trey Murphy.

They’re not as good as they have been defensively, but they are good enough. They’re not great offensively, but they are good enough, especially when their threes are going down. And given that they won’t have to face Florida State, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Louisville, or Duke until the title game, I think there is quite a bit of value on them coming out of the top of the bracket.

THE CASE FOR: Florida State

I still believe that the Seminoles are the team with the highest ceiling in this league. They have shooters, they have athleticism, they have versatile defenders and they have a pair of 6-foot-8 forwards that can handle point guard duties in a pinch. M.J. Walker, Scottie Barnes, and Raiquan Gray are all capable of taking a game over when they need to.

I also think that they are the best matchup against Virginia because they can just overwhelm Kihei Clark with their length and size on the perimeter. The problem? They need to get to the final before they have to worry about Virginia, and if they don’t find a way to be much better defensively, they are doing to struggle to get past Duke, Louisville or North Carolina.


The Hokies are the No. 3-seed, and while I really like Mike Young and I think that they are pretty underrated heading into this tournament, they are currently on a COVID pause. We’ve spent the entire season fading teams coming off of a pause. Why would we now back one that will have to win three games in three days to be able to cash the bet?

THE SLEEPER: North Carolina

There are a couple of longshots that I actually think are pretty good values in the ACC.

I’ll start with Georgia Tech at 25:1 odds. The Fighting Josh Pastners play a funky zone and have one of the best backcourts in the conference, led by Jose Alvarado, who is one of the toughest PGs in college basketball. They get the double-bye, and if they can handle Clemson/Pitt/Miami in the quarterfinals, they’ll have a pretty easy path to the semis against Virginia.

I also think Syracuse is pretty interesting. Jim Boeheim always finds a way to get his teams onto the bubble by Selection Sunday, and while I have very real concerns about this defense with Marek Dolezaj at the five and a bunch of dudes that Jim Boeheim has criticized for not caring about that end of the floor, backing the Orange in March is never a bad idea.

But for my money, I think North Carolina is my favorite bet here. It feels like the Tar Heels are peaking at the right time. Their frontcourt is dominant. Walker Kessler and Day’Ron Sharpe have both had breakout games in recent weeks, and they both come off the bench. Caleb Love’s seemingly sorted out his shooting issues, and the presence of Kerwin Walton helps create that space. They get Virginia Tech in the quarters, and I’m not all that worried about them against Florida State, Duke or Louisville in a potential semifinal matchup. If you think they can get to the title game, you’re getting pretty good odds at 4:1.

ACC Tournament Odds 2021: Schedule

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First Round (Tues. 3/9)
#13 Miami 79, #12 Pittsburgh 73
#11 Notre Dame 80, #14 Wake Forest 77
#10 Duke 86, #15 Boston College 51
Second Round (Wed. 3/10)
12pm: #8 Syracuse vs. #9 North Carolina State
2:30pm: #5 Clemson vs. #13 Miami
6:30pm: #7 Louisville vs. #10 Duke
9pm: #6 North Carolina vs. #11 Notre Dame
Quarterfinals (Thurs. 3/11)
12pm: #1 Virginia vs. 8/9 Winner
2:30pm: #4 Georgia Tech vs. 5/13 Winner
6:30pm: #2 Florida State vs. 7/10 Winner
9pm: #3 Virginia Tech vs. 11/14 Winner
Semifinals (Fri. 3/12)
6:30pm: QF1 Winner vs. QF2 Winner
9pm: QF3 Winner vs. QF4 Winner
Championship (Sat. 3/13)
8:30pm: SF1 Winner vs. SF2 Winner