ACC Football Championship Odds for 2024

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FILE - Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney runs onto the field before an NCAA college football game against North Carolina Saturday, Nov. 18, 2023, in Clemson, S.C. Clemson tries to end its worst season since 2010 with a five-game winning streak when it plays Kentucky in the Gator Bowl.(AP Photo/Jacob Kupferman,File)
(AP Photo/Jacob Kupferman)
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  • Clemson: +275
  • Florida State: +275
  • Miami: +450
  • Louisville: +600
  • NC State: +700
  • Virginia Tech: +1400
  • North Carolina: +1600
  • SMU: +1600
  • Syracuse: +4000
  • California: +5000
  • Pittsburgh: +10000
  • Duke: +10000
  • Georgia Tech: +10000
  • Boston College: +12500
  • Virginia: +12500
  • Wake Forest: +25000
  • Stanford: +50000

When Is the 2024 ACC Championship?

The 2024 ACC Championship will be played on Saturday, Dec. 7, at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.

Does the ACC Champion Receive a Playoff Bid?

Yes, the ACC winner will receive an automatic bid into the College Football Playoff. That team will likely receive a top-four seed and bye — as one of the four highest-ranked conference champions — into the quarterfinals on Dec. 31 or Jan. 1.

Who Won the 2023 ACC Championship?

Florida State beat Louisville, 16-6, in last year’s championship. The Seminoles’ win capped a 13-0 season, though they were left out of the four-team playoff and instead played Georgia in the Orange Bowl.

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