Virginia Tech 2024 Win Total: Trends of 7.5 Win Total Teams

Virginia Tech 2024 Win Total: Trends of 7.5 Win Total Teams
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For Virginia Tech football and the team’s backers at Virginia sportsbooks, the glory days of Frank Beamer are well in the rearview. But now, for Hokies football fans in Blacksburg and other parts of the commonwealth, there’s hope that coach Brent Pry’s third season could bring the program a step closer to that level of success in the ACC.

Pry has gone 10-14 through two seasons with the Hokies, including last year’s 7-6 campaign that included a 41-20 Military Bowl victory over Tulane in Annapolis, Maryland. Pry is bringing in the No. 45-ranked recruiting class in the nation (per 247 Sports) and hope of a football renaissance to the Virginia university.

We at checked FanDuel Sportsbook Virginia for current win totals (over/under lines) for the 2024 college football season. We found that Virginia Tech was set at 7.5 wins (-170 over). Then we turned to to find all teams with a preseason 7.5-win total line in the past three seasons and how they performed.

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Season Performance Of 7.5 Win Total Teams


Number of Teams 


Under 7.5 Wins

15 of 28


Over 7.5 Wins

13 of 28


College Football Playoff Appearance

0 of 28


Year-End AP Poll Top 25 Team

5 of 28


*Rounded to nearest whole number

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If Virginia Tech can win eight or more games in 2024, it’d mark the program’s highest year-end total since they went 8-5 in 2019 under then-head coach Justin Fuentes. That was his second-to-last full season in Blacksburg; he was fired partway into the 2021 season.

Of interest for folks using the best VA sportsbook promo codes to sign up and wager on football this season, 15 of the 28 (54.6%) of CFB teams with preseason win totals of 7.5 since 2021 went on to clear that figure. Five of them (17.9%) made the final Associated Press top-25 poll, but none reached the four-team College Football Playoff.

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Virginia Tech 2024 Football Schedule

The 2024 season will be the first with an expanded 12-team CFP, giving hope to teams that take an early loss.

To get to that level, the Hokies will have to hold serve in non-conference road games at Vanderbilt and Old Dominion, plus home contests against Marshall and Rutgers at Lane Stadium.

The ACC schedule for Virginia Tech begins at Miami, which is one of three ACC teams with a preseason over/under Virginia sports betting apps win total of 9.5 (Florida State and Clemson are the others).

On the other end of the spectrum comes a West Coast trip at ACC newcomer Stanford on Oct. 5. The Palo Alto institution is one of two teams to flee the dying Pac-12, along with rival California. The third new member of the league is SMU, which left the American Athletic Conference. The Cardinal have the lowest win total at FanDuel of any ACC team, at 3.5.

Tech also faces ACC road games against Syracuse (Nov. 2) and Duke (Nov. 23). Conference rivals visiting Blacksburg include Boston College (Oct. 17), Georgia Tech (Oct. 26), Clemson (Nov. 9) and archrival Virginia (Nov. 30). This slate would seem to give Pry and the Hokies little room for error as they try to carve out eight wins on the team’s 2024 schedule.

Regardless of where V-Tech winds up after the Commonwealth Clash in late November, Pry and his staff will have to hope that the Hokies show noticeable signs of on-field improvement this fall as the Hokies look to avoid a fifth straight season with seven or fewer wins. While you await football to kick off, read about Virginia Tech offensive improvement in the 2023 season.



Christopher Boan has been covering sports and sports betting for more than seven years, including stops at, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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