PreviewMatchupProps
Miami-OH RedHawks
4-4
+6.5
-6.5
Ohio Bobcats
4-4
Wed, Nov 6 - 8:00p ET   |   ESP2   |   Peden Stadium
By Landon Smith

Miami (Ohio) Redhawks vs Ohio Bobcats Week 11 NCAA Betting Trends / Football Picks

The Miami (Ohio) Redhawks are ranked 123 on offense, averaging 298.9 yards per game. The Redhawks are averaging 126.5 yards rushing and 172.4 yards passing so far this season.

 

Betting Odds & Stats
Miami-OH RedHawksLinesOhio Bobcats
+225Opening Odds-275
+7 (-110)Spread-7 (-110)
Over 54 (-110)TotalUnder 54 (-110)
Miami-OH RedHawksConcensusOhio Bobcats
40%Spread60%
Over 56%TotalUnder 44%
Miami-OH RedHawksScore and statOhio Bobcats
7.8Predicted Score60.1
4-4 (4-4 ATS)Stats/Additional4-4 (2-6 ATS)

 

Reason for Miami-OH RedHawks vs Ohio Bobcats

Miami-OH RedHawks +7

The Miami Redhawks are sitting on a 4-4 record, but when it comes to conference play the Redhawks have a 3-1 record and have looked really strong. The last game the Redhawks played was a victory before Halloween which saw the Redhawks put in23 points and only allowed Kent State to score 16 points.

Quarterback Brett Gabbert was so mewhat inaccurate but effective on the day, going 13 of 29 in the passing game for 178 and a touchdown.  Wide receiver Dominique Robinson was the Redhawks leading receiver as he caught 3 passes for 80 yards.

The Ohio Bobcats are ranked 63 on offense, averaging 411.6 yards per game. The Bobcats are averaging 193.5 yards rushing and 218.1 yards passing so far this season. The Miami (Ohio) Redhawks are ranked 123 on offense, averaging 298.9 yards per game. The Redhawks are averaging 126.5 yards rushing and 172.4 yards passing so far this season.

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Ohio Bobcats -7

The Ohio Bobcats welcome the Redhawks to town after winning their last game 34-21 against Ball State.  In the Bobcats game against Ball State quarterback Nathan Rourke led the team in passing and in rushing.  Rourke was 8 of 16 for 131 yards and an interception through the air.

The defense for the Bobcats is better than the Redhawks giving up only 29.5 points per game, but have allowed 241.4 yards a game in the air with 205 yards a game on the ground.

Senior quarterback Nathan Rourke passed for 131 yards and ran for 127 while adding two touchdowns last weekend. De’Montre Tuggle added 50 ground yards and two touchdowns on a successful afternoon for Ohio football.

 

The Pick: Ohio Bobcats -7, Over 54