Buckle, ACC football fans. On Wednesday, the league announced that it would adopt a 10-game plus-one model in 2020. For college football season. The participating institutions will play 10 conference games after each, and not one will choose a non-conference opponent. This decision includes the inclusion of the national elite Notre Dame as a member this fall, reinforcing the entire conference and changing the trip to the ACC championship game.
ACC joins the Pac-12 and the Big Ten in announcing major schedule changes, moving to a tough-only league plan.
Instead of dividing the league into Atlantic and Coastal divisions, only the conference scale will determine the participants in the titled games according to the two highest win percentages. If the Irish manage to get into the ACC Championship game and win, it will be the first time in their 113-year history that they can claim the conference title.
The Brian Kelly team and everyone else are chasing one of the most talented national teams in the ACC through oddsmakers. The first competitions of the season will take place on September 7-12, which were originally scheduled as 2 weeks of the college football season.
On Wednesday evening, a few hours after the league announced a revised schedule for the upcoming season, William Hill revealed an updated ACC championship odds.
From worst to first, here’s the last chance to win an ACC: