If you like Pitt’s chances to win the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2020, you can get some pretty good odds on that courtesy of SportsBetting.ag.
The site released its college football future odds this week and Pitt is not considered one of the favorites to come out of the ACC. The Panthers have +2800 odds to win their first conference title.
Clemson is the odd-on favorite at -600, followed by Miami at +750, North Carolina at +1000, Virginia Tech at +1200, Florida State at +1600, Virginia at +2000 and then Louisville and Pitt at +2800.
Bringing up the back of the pack are Wake Forest at +4000, NC State at +5000, Duke and Syracuse at +6600, Boston College at +8000 and Georgia Tech at +25000.
The Atlantic Division champion has won the ACC Championship Game nine straight times, with Clemson winning in each of the last four seasons.
The Coastal Division has been won by seven teams in the last seven years. Virginia will enter 2020 as reigning champions. Pitt won its first division title in 2018.
The Tigers finished the 2019 season with a perfect 8-0 record in conference play. Virginia finished in first place in the Coastal Division with a 6-2 record. Louisville and Virginia Tech were 5-3, while Pitt was one of six teams that were 4-4.