Early betting line have Virginia Tech football as an underdog in two huge ACC games

Early betting line at DraftKings has Virginia as an underdog in their two biggest ACC games in 2024.
Oct 14, 2023; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies wide receiver Jaylin Lane (83) scores
Oct 14, 2023; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies wide receiver Jaylin Lane (83) scores / Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports

We are still over three months away (15 weeks) from the 2024 college football season kicking off. For Virginia Tech, it's going to be another year with the Hokies playing their four non-conference games to begin the season before finally getting into ACC play in late September.

Virginia Tech will open with a road game at Vanderbilt, followed by a home game against Marshall, a road game at Old Dominion, and a home game with Rutgers, who beat the Hokies, 35-16, in 2023 in New Jersey.

It's never too early to take a look at betting lines for the upcoming season and the early returns for Virginia Tech has mixed results, including two of their biggest ACC games in 2024.

Virginia Tech early underdogs against Miami and Clemson

Once Virginia Tech finishes its non-conference schedule, they will kick off ACC play at Miami on Sept. 27, followed by a cross-country trip to California to play Stanford before they even get a conference home game in lane Stadium. Virginia Tech has home games with Boston College, Virginia, Georgia Tech, and Clemson with their other two road games at Duke and Syracuse. Currently, Miami and Clemson headline the ACC schedule and according to DraftKings, Virginia Tech is over a touchdown underdog against one and just under a touchdown underdog against the other.

Virginia Tech is currently an 8.5 underdog at Miami and a 5.5 underdog at home against Clemson. Of course, a lot can change long before those games kick off and the lines are going to change, but it's not surprising to see the Hokies as underdogs in those games.

One other Virginia Tech game already has lines out is the season opener against Vanderbilt on Labor Day Weekend the Hokies are currently a 10.5 favorite against the Commodores in Nashville.