Miami coach Manny Diaz was an utter flop last year as a rookie. Following considerable fanfare upon his hiring. This year Diaz is winning College football betting converts. His Hurricanes have shown marked improvement. Fans of The U have new hopes for a return to glory in the near future. Meanwhile, Virginia Tech can’t gain consistent traction. Coach Justin Fuente has been above average. He was expected to dominate. Since taking over in 2016 Fuente has shown weak recruiting prowess. His teams have not had reliable defenses. So too does Virginia Tech lack game-breakers on offense.
Miami Hurricanes vs. Virginia Tech Hokies Betting Information
Miami Hurricanes vs. Virginia Tech Hokies CashBet Wagering Analysis
Starting with last week’s results will Miami gets the share of sportsbook action. The fact that Virginia Tech is unwanted by the masses could mean value.
Hurricanes Causing ACC Storm
Last week Miami rallied from a 41-31 deficit to beat Virginia Tech 44-41 as 10.5-point road overlays. D’Eriq King was the betting on college football hero by throwing a 54-yard touchdown pass with 2:43 to play. Miami outgained NC State 620 to 410 in total yards. King threw for 430 yards and five touchdowns. Further, he ran for 105 yards. King is looking like the transfer pickup of the year.
As a result, Miami is 6-1 straight up, 4-3 vs. the spread, and 4-3 over the total. The U ranks 31st for total offense and 36th for scoring. Defensively the Canes are 52nd for yardage and 41st for points allowed.
Which Hokies Will We Get?
Virginia Tech is coming off a 38-35 bet on NCAAF home loss to Liberty as 17-point chalk. In particular, it was a gut-wrenching setback for coach Justin Fuente. A touchdown off a blocked field goal was called back. Cause by the Hokies calling time out just before the play. Liberty kicked a game-winning 51-yard field goal moments later for the win.
Now Virginia Tech is 4-3 straight up, 3-4 vs. the line, and 5-2 over the total. Offensively the Hokies rank 23rd both for yards and for points. Defensively the Hokies are 92nd overall and 76th for points allowed.
Miami Hurricanes at Virginia Tech Hokies Against the Spread
Overall Miami covered the spread in just 15 of their last 32 games. On the road, the Hurricanes are 5-7 vs. the odds. In Atlantic Coast Conference games, The U is 10-11 on the board. Accordingly, Miami has gone over in just 14 of their last 32 games. On the road, the Hurricanes have cleared the total in just four of their last 12 games. In ACC action The U has nine overs in their last 21 games.
Virginia Tech has covered just 15 of their last 32 games. At home, the Hokies are 8-8 on the board. And then in ACC games, Virginia Tech is 11-11 on the board. To summarize the Hokies have gone under in just 13 of their 32 games. In ACC games Virginia Tech has nine unders in 22 games. While at home Tech went under in seven out of their last 16 games.
Correlate Miami has covered six of their last nine games with the Hokies. Four of the last six games between these teams have gone under the total. So too at Lane Stadium Miami has covered three of their last four visits. Three of the last five between these teams at Virginia Tech have gone under.
Miami Hurricanes at Virginia Tech Hokies CashBet Free Pick
On this occasion, the Hokies lack the defense to justify a Betting on NCAAF recommendation. King has emerged as a Heisman Trophy candidate. Fuente’s seat will continue to be engulfed in fire. Fashion Miami’s tremendous makeover.
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