The Virginia Cavaliers will host the Duke Blue Devils for a Saturday afternoon kickoff in Week 6. Here is how to watch this ACC Coastal rivalry game online.
We’ve got an interesting ACC Coastal game on our hands in the early afternoon in Week 6 of the 2017 college football season. The game we’re referring to is the one between the Duke Blue Devils (4-1) and the Virginia Cavaliers (3-1).
Kickoff from Scott Stadium in Charlottesville will be at 12:20 p.m. ET on October 7. The ACC Network will have the telecast. The available live streams for this ACC Coastal rivalry game can be found on WatchESPN and on FuboTV.
Duke enters play at 4-1 (1-1) on the season. The Blue Devils have been knocking on the door of the top-25 for most of the early part of the season. They have wins over the North Carolina Central Eagles, the Baylor Bears and the Northwestern Wildcats in the non-conference.
While Duke was able to knock off the arch rival North Carolina Tar Heels in their ACC opener, they fell to the ranked Miami Hurricanes badly for their first loss of the season. Duke looks to be at the very least a bowl team this year. Can they get back in the ACC Coastal race with a big win over Virginia?
Virginia enters play at 3-1 (0-0) on the season. The Cavaliers have completed their non-conference slate. Saturday will be their first ACC game of the year. The Hoos beat the William & Mary Tribe, the UConn Huskies and the Boise State Broncos in the non-conference. Their lone loss is to the Indiana Hoosiers of the Big Ten.
Virginia might be a bowl team under second-year head coach Bronco Mendenhall. Can the Hoos get a huge first win in ACC play over division rival Duke?
According to SportsBook Review, the Cavaliers will be laying 2.5 points at home to the visiting Blue Devils. The associated moneylines for this game are Virginia -135 and Duke +115. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 52.5 points.
Point Spread: Virginia -2.5
Moneylines: Virginia -135, Duke +115
With this game being in Charlottesville, Las Vegas gives the slight edge to the home team. Virginia and Duke look to be tough opponents the rest of the way. This game could go either way and should be a surprisingly great game in the early part of the Saturday slate.
Will Virginia protect its house in Charlottesville on Saturday versus a formidable Duke team? Can the Blue Devils go into Scott Stadium and knock off the Cavaliers for a big fifth win of the season? Tune in to the ACC Network at 12:20 p.m. ET to see Duke take on Virginia in Charlottesville.