Originally written on SCACC Hoops  |  Last updated 11/5/14
Game Sim is back again ready to predict the outcome of this weekend's ACC football matchups.  Last weekend it went 20/25 (80%) in predicting winners of the BCS conference matchups.  Let's see what's in store for this weekend. UNC at Virginia - Another Thursday night matchup as the Heels travel to face the suddenly hot Virginia Cavaliers.  Game Sim likes the Heels to win 38-26 and does so with the Heels winning every sim.  Virginia fans have been critical of Game Sim and the Cavaliers have proven Game Sim wrong the last two weekends, time will tell if that streak goes to three.  Sim UNC at UVA FSU at Maryland - Game Sim sees a defensive battle in this one, but FSU has more weapons offensively.  Game Sim likes FSU to win 21-13.  Sim FSU at Maryland Virginia Tech at Boston College - The Hokies travel to Chestnut Hill and Game Sim likes the Virginia Tech as 29-23 winners.  Sim Virginia Tech at Boston College NC State at Clemson - Game sim expects a high scoring game as NC State travels to Clemson.  Look for Clemson to win 40-36, but NC State should play them tough as the Wolfpack won around 40% of the simulations.  Sim NC State at Clemson Duke at Georgia Tech - With the Coastal Division on the line, Duke travels to Georgia Tech.  Game Sim likes the Yellow Jackets to win at home 45-33. Duke won just under 20% of the simulations.  Sim Duke at Georgia Tech Bonus Picks South Florida at Miami - Look for South Florida to win at Miami 39-32. Sim South Florida at Miami Wake Forest at Notre Dame - Notre Dame continues their unofficial conference schedule hosting Wake Forest.  Game Sim doesn't expect a shocker here though with the Fighting Irish winning 27-14.  Sim Wake Forest at Notre Dame #GameSimKnowsAll
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