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Miami (OH) vs Ohio State: NCAAF Week 4 Betting Picks and Game Predictions

Don’t know about you, but I am getting tired of all the very best teams in college soccer playing cupcakes each week. I mean, No. 1 Clemson hosts Charlotte this week and No. 2 Alabama will crush Southern Miss — check out my trailer of the one.
The same at Columbus on Saturday since Ohio State looks for its 43rd straight win over an competitor, and I can guarantee you that is going to take place against Miami of Ohio. OSU has not dropped since 1921 to a different faculty from the Buckeye State. The pancakes are 5-0 all-time against Miami of Ohio, winning the last meeting 56-10 in 2012 (OSU was down 3-0 after one quarter).
The highest-ranked team that Miami of Ohio has ever beaten was 1986 as it knocked off No. 8 LSU 21-12. The RedHawks last beat a ranked team in 2012 when fellow Mid-American Conference college Ohio was No. 23 and Miami won 23-20.
Miami of Ohio already has lost to one Big Ten team, decreasing 38-14 in then-No. 20 Iowa. Last week, Miami got out at Cincinnati to a lead but dropped its 14th right. Cincinnati outgained Miami 420-207.
You will recognize the RedHawks’ quarterback: Gabbert’s name. That could be Brett Gabbert, the brother of current backup QB Blaine Gabbert. Brett became the first true freshman to start a season opener.
He has completed 59.7 percent of his passes for just 481 yards in the 3 matches with just two touchdowns and a selection. Miami has Oakland Raiders GM Mike Mayock on the team’s nephew. That could be Luke.
Miami was picked to finish second at the MAC East 2019 media preseason poll. It is 1-19 SU (10-10 ATS) in its past 20 vs. the Big Ten. That success was in Northwestern in 2003.
Yawn, Ohio State and Cincinnati Florida Atlantic, also Indiana have played with so far and conquered them each. In fact, OSU does not have a team now ranked on the program before Oct. 26 vs. Wisconsin. Nebraska and Michigan State are before that but both have dropped from the Top 25. OSU doesn’t have an Electricity 5 non-conference opponent on the program for the first time since 1934. It was assumed to play with TCU but that show got shifted.
Week in winning a 24th at a row across the Hoosiers, the Buckeyes rushed for 314 yards. JK Dobbins rushed for 193 yards on 22 carries with two touchdowns. His 175 yards had been sixth-most at one half. Justin Fields continues his Heisman campaign by running for another and throwing for three scores. Fields leads the nation in points responsible for (78) and points responsible for per game (26.0).
OSU has not enabled 300 yards of offense in a match and has outscored opponents 86-17 from the first half. This defense has allowed only one touchdown and one field goal the last eight quarters and is 10th nationally in scoring defense in 10.1 points/game. That group allowed just 171 rushing yards that the initial 3 games.
Ohio Statewinning series total is second-best among Power 5 schools behind Clemson’s 18. Computer simulations possess the final score with an average of 47-14, although no wonder which the Buckeyes win here. So we will take the points.
Free NCAAF Pick: Miami at Bovada of Ohio +39.5

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