Duke Blue Knights vs. Miami Hurricanes Betting Odds

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Feb/25/2017

The Duke Blue Knights vs. Miami Hurricanes betting odds had the Canes as a +2 to +2.5 home favorite.

Duke owned a record of 22-6 Straight Up but is just 11-16 Against The Spread.

Miami has fared poorly Against The Spread as well, going 9-16 despite owning a 19-8 record Straight Up.

Duke is 3-9-2 ATS in the last 14 meetings while the OVER is 13-4 in the last seventeen meetings.  The total for this game was set at 138.

Miami is coming off an upset win over #18 Virginia while Duke is coming off an upset loss.

The Hurricanes could sneak into a top-four spot with a big finish, but they have pursuers as well.

“I told the team yesterday that we are one game out of second,” Miami coach Jim Larranaga said, “and we are one game out of 10th.”

Miami is 3-11 Against The Spread in their last 14 home games while Duke is 3-9-1 ATS in their last 13 road games.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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