College football betting lines have Virginia Tech favored at home against North Carolina State on Saturday.
The Hokies are three-touchdown favorites in college football odds in this game that can be seen on ESPN U.
College football betting lines indicate that this is the 47th all-time meeting between North Carolina State and Virginia Tech. The college football betting lines series goes back to 1900 and Tech leads 24-18-4. The two schools have met just seven times since the end of the 1964 season. This is the first college football betting lines meeting since 2005 when the Hokies won 20-16 at NC State. In 2004 it was NC State winning at Blacksburg by a score of 17-16 as the Hokies missed a field goal at the end of the game.
College football betting lines have Tech favored by a lot in this game but the history points to a close game. The series has had 37 games that were decided by 14 points or less. 29 games in the college football betting lines series have been decided by a touchdown or less and six of the last seven games have been decided by four points or less. Virginia Tech has a 7-2-2 record against the Wolfpack at home.
Even though NC State is not having a good college football betting lines season, they do have some positive numbers in this situation. The Wolfpack are 5-1 vs. college football betting lines in their last 6 games in November and 9-3-1 ATS in their last 13 games as an underdog. They are also 5-2-1 vs. the college football odds in their last 8 road games.
Virginia Tech has a couple of positive numbers vs. the college football odds as they are 13-3 against the spread in their last 16 games in November and they are 30-14 against the spread in their last 44 conference games.
The total on the college football betting lines has some interesting trends. The last nine North Carolina State games have all gone over the college football betting lines. On the other side, the last six Virginia Tech games in November have all gone under the college football odds. 16 of the last 21 Virginia Tech home games in college football betting lines have gone under. Eight of their last eleven conference games have gone under the total.