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2011 ACC Conference Odds To Win Duke Favored

Conference basketball is in full swing and there isn’t a more recognized conference than the ACC. Here is a look at which team is favored to win the 2011 ACC title.

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Duke is the favorite to win the ACC regular season title according to online sportsbook Sportsbook.com. The Blue Devils have odds of -250 while other short odds to win are North Carolina (+250), Virginia Tech (+650), Florida State (+800), and N.C. State (+800).

Duke has won 19 regular season ACC titles and the Blue Devils shared the title with Maryland last year. Duke is also the defending national champion and currently 15-0 on the season and 2-0 in the ACC.

North Carolina last won the ACC in 2009. It was their 27th conference title in program history. The Tar Heels are currently 11-4 on the year and 1-0 in the ACC.

Duke and UNC are the clear front runners in this top-heavy conference but Boston College has gotten off to a good start, as the Eagles are 3-0 in the ACC thus fur and 13-4 overall. Boston College has never won the ACC regular season title. Boston College has odds of +1500 to win the title.

For complete odds to win the 2011 ACC Conference, see below.

2011 ACC Regular Season Championship Odds To Win

Duke -250

North Carolina +250

Virginia Tech +650

Florida State +800

N.C. State +800

Miami +1000

Clemson +1200

Maryland +1200

Boston College +1500

Georgia Tech +2000

Virginia +5000

Wake Forest +5000

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