Buckle, ACC football fan. The league announced on Wednesday that it would adopt a 10-game plus-one model for the 2020 college football season, with member institutions playing 10 conference games in addition to a non-conference opponent of their choosing. The decision features the inclusion of national elite Notre Dame as this member, which completely strengthens the conference, altering the trip to the ACC championship game.
The ACC is moving towards a big league-only scheme with the Pac-12 and Big Ten joining.
Instead of dividing the league into Atlantic and coastal divisions, a conference-only slate would determine the title game participants based on the two highest social changes. Should the Irish feature in the ACC Championship Game and win, it will be the first time in their 113-year history that they can claim a conference title.
Brian Kelly’s team and all the other defendants are chasing one of the most talented teams nationally in the ACC. The first game of the season will take place in the week of September 7–12, which was originally scheduled to take place in week 2 of the college football season.
William Hill updated the ACC Championship odds on Wednesday evening, following which the league released its revised schedule for the upcoming season.
From bad to first, here’s a look at the latest odds to win the ACC: