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Maryland vs. Ohio State Betting Preview - November 9

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Nov/06/2019

The line on Maryland vs. Ohio State was coming in anywhere from Buckeyes -42.5 to -43.5, making for a tough bet on Ohio State.  Books offering a moneyline on this game had the price at -10500.  A win by the Terps would result in a $35000 payout on a $100 bet or a $3500 payout on a $10 bet.


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ABOUT MARYLAND (3-6, 1-5): After starting the season with two wins, the Terrapins have fallen on hard times with their lone victory against Rutgers. Maryland's offense has shown some signs of life behind the running of Javon Leake and Anthony McFarland, who have combined for 1,019 yards and 14 rushing touchdowns, and Virginia Tech transfer quarterback Josh Jackson is completing 49.7 percent of his passes for 1,065 yards and 10 touchdowns through the air. Defense is where the team has struggled, with Maryland among the nation's worst in stopping opponents in the red zone and at the bottom of the Big Ten in passing yards allowed (262.8), and next to last in the conference in total defense (413.8 yards per game) to Rutgers.

ABOUT OHIO STATE (8-0, 5-0 Big Ten): Defensive end Chase Young has received lots of attention and joined the Heisman Trophy conversation based on a national-leading 13.5 sacks through eight games while anchoring the nation's No. 2 defense in fewest yards allowed at 224.2 per game. Also prominent in the Heisman discussion is sophomore quarterback Justin Fields, who has thrown 24 touchdown passes, run for nine and shown good decision-making ability for a first-year starter at the helm of Ohio State's high-powered offense. And then there's running back J.K. Dobbins, who also has posted Heisman-worthy numbers with 1,110 yards and nine touchdowns on 154 carries for a 7.2-yard average.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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