Miami vs. Florida State Betting Odds

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C Costigan
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Miami vs. Florida State Betting Odds

Miami vs. Florida State betting odds required a little bit of shopping depending on which side appeals the most. 

For Hurricanes fans, Sports Interaction offered the best line at +6 1/2.  Most books online were offering this one at Florida State -6, including SBG Global.

Compared to this past weekend's games that featured plenty of lopsided action and plenty of losses for the betting public, Miami vs. Florida had relatively even action.  This was among the most popular games to bet on based on Gambling911.com stats even over the weekend.

Miami vs. Florida State betting odds trends included:

The Hurricanes are 10-4 ATS in their last 14 games as a road underdog of 3.5-10.0.

The Under is 13-5 in Hurricanes last 18 games in September.

The best thing to look at in this game would be the past head-to-head results.

Miami has always covered the spread over the last 10.  FSU has not beaten Miami by more than 3 points over their last 10 games.

In our book, Miami is looking like a very good play at +6 ½.

Gambling911.com came through with its Week 1 College Football picks, playing it safe on the Central Michigan +14 ½ spread and killing it with California easily covering the 21 point spread at home.  We were not so lucky with Army beating East Michigan outright however.  The stats told us that wouldn't happen as Army came into this game as the visiting underdog that had 1  Win and 12  Losses  since 1992 on the road.  Bummer!

Christopher Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher        

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