- There are -165 odds for Maryland to beat Virginia Tech.
- Maryland is a 3.5-point favorite on the spread.
NEW YORK – The 2021 Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium in New York will be between the Maryland Terrapins of the Big 10 and Virginia Tech Hokies of the ACC. The game will take place at 2:15 p.m. EST on Wednesday.
Maryland Vs. Virginia Tech
- Maryland -165
- Virginia Tech +140
- Spread: Maryland -3.5
- Total: O/U 55
The odds are set close on online betting sites for this one considering how evenly matched both teams are. Both Maryland and Virginia Tech finished their season’s going 6-6. However, the Hokies could see a slight advantage despite being an underdog with how Maryland finished their season. After starting off 4-0, they went on to go 2-6 in their final eight games.
The Hokies, although starting 3-1, and dropping three games after that, finished their season with a 3-2 record in their last five games.
Even Struggles Against The Spread
Similar to their records on the season, both teams record against the spread are one game apart as well. Virginia Tech finished their season going 5-7 against the spread with a cover margin of -1.2 points. However, they were winning their games by an average of 1.9 points. Maryland finished one game behind at 4-8, but their cover margin was much worse at -5.1 points. They also were losing their games by 5.2 points on average.
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Although sitting with a below .500 record against the spread, Virginia Tech picked things up to finish the season as they covered in three of their final five games. Maryland, on the other hand, got off to a nice 3-1 start ATS before going 1-7 to finish the season.
As for where the public stands, Maryland’s college football odds are seeing plenty of action despite their struggles. They are seeing 75% of bets on the moneyline and 55% of bets on the spread.
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