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Temple vs. Miami of Ohio Betting Preview

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Nov/23/2010
Temple vs. Miami of Ohio

 

This Temple vs. Miami of Ohio betting preview is courtesy of SBG Global. 

The game goes off Tuesday, 7:00 pm Eastern – ESPN 2

Temple will be looking to put last week’s loss to Ohio behind them as they visit Miami of Ohio on Tuesday night. The Owls will not be winning the MAC this college football season but they can still get to ten wins on the season if they win this contest and their bowl game.  They will be facing a Miami of Ohio team that should also be headed to a bowl game.  Miami comes into this contest with seven wins on the season including their last three.

Temple is a 6.5 point favorite at SBG Global.

Temple seems to have put the loss to Ohio behind them as they have practiced well leading up to this game.  Quarterback Mike Gerardi said the team is positive going into Tuesday’s game. Temple is looking to finish with 10 wins for the first time in 30 years so they are very focused on winning against Miami to get to nine wins. Temple could be without running back Bernard Pierce and linebacker Elijah Joseph as both players were injured in last week’s loss to Ohio.

Miami still has a shot to win the MAC East but they not only need to beat Temple, they need Ohio to lose to Kent State. It could be that neither of those things happens. Ohio is almost certainly going to defeat Kent and Miami could be in trouble in this college football game against Temple.  The RedHawks are without starting quarterback Zac Dysert and they are simply not the same without him.  They won against Akron with backup Austin Boucher but there was a definite difference. If Miami is to keep this game close they will have to play defense and run the ball.  That won’t be easy against Temple who has the 14th best defense in the country.

Here are the football betting stats for Tuesday’s game. The Owls are 6-1 ATS in their last 7 games as a road favorite. The Owls are 5-2 ATS in their last 7 games following a game in which they did not cover the spread. The RedHawks are 3-9 ATS in their last 12 games in November.

The Over is 5-1 in the Owls last 6 games in November. The Under is 4-1 in the Owls last 5 road games. The Under is 7-3 in the Owls last 10 games overall. The Under is 6-0 in the RedHawks last 6 games overall. The Under is 5-2 in the RedHawks last 7 home games.

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