Miami football 2022 win total set at 8.5

Sep 4, 2021; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Mandatory Credit: Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports
Sep 4, 2021; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Mandatory Credit: Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports /

The Miami football team has had its win total set at 8.5 by Wynn Bet. A bet of over 8.5 wins is set at -125, the under is at +115. Miami has not exceeded 8.5 wins since finishing 10-3 during the 2017 season. Miami was close in 2020 with an 8-3 record after having one game canceled due to covid.

Miami is favored to win the ACC Coastal Division for the first time since 2017. The Hurricanes received Miami 98 votes and 1,036 points to second place Pittsburgh who had 38 votes and 911 points. Miami is picked third to win the ACC with eight votes. Clemson received Clemson 103 votes as ACC Champion and NC State, 38.

Miami plays at Clemson on November 19. The Hurricanes have not defeated the Tigers since 2010. Clemson has dominated the three games since then with an average victory margin of 39.3 points per game. The game at Clemson and at Texas A&M on September 17 will be the 202 marquee Miami contests.

Entering the 2022 season Miami is projected to be the favorite in every game this season except for Clemson and Texas A&M. Miami would have a tight margin of finishing 9-1 in the games they are favored to surpass the over of 8.5 wins. The other marquee game is on November 26 versus defending ACC Champion Pittsburgh.

The game between the Hurricanes and the Panthers could be the defacto ACC Championship Game., The Miami football team has won four in a row, six out of the last seven and 22 of the last 25 games versus Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh won the ACC Coastal in two of the last four years Miami has defeated the Panthers.

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The return of quarterback Tyler Van Dyke and the hiring of head coach Mario Cristobal are the biggest reasons Miami is picked to win the Coastal and has a win total of 8.5. Van Dyke finished third in the preseason ACC Player of the Year voting behind QBs, Devin Leary of NC State and Sam Hartman of Wake Forest.