Florida State is a 7.5-point favorite with the total set at 52.5 by Fan Duel against the Miami football team on Saturday at Hard Rock Stadium. Miami is 0-7 against the spread in 2022 versus FBS teams. Florida State has had 64 percent of the money and 67 percent of the bets on them per Fan Duel as of Friday night.
The ESPN Football Power Index projects Florida State with a 60.9 percent chance to win against the Miami football team. Florida State is 5-3 against the spread this season and the total has gone over and under four times each. The over has occurred in only three Miami games this season and just two versus FBS opponents.
The opportunities for wagers on Saturday seem to be the most for any Miami football game this season. There are extensive opportunities to select bets on. Multiple players have prop bets available that include passing, receiving and rushing yards and touchdowns scored. Miami has twice failed to score a TD this season.
With an uncertainty, if Tyler Van Dyke or Jake Garcia will start for Miami at quarterback the only prop bets for passing TDs and yards are for Jordan Travis of Florida State. Receiving and rushing yardage bets are available for Miami running back Henry Parrish, tight end Will Mallory and wide receiver Colbie Young.
Florida State receiving and rushing bets are available for RB Trey Benson and WRs Mycah Pittman and Johnny Wilson. As a dual-threat QB, there are bets available on Travis for passing and rushing yards and TDs. Miami was shredded the last two weeks by Duke QB Riley Leonard and Brennan Armstrong of Virginia on the ground.
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The total for Travis’ rushing yards is 25 at -112. Travis should easily exceed 25 rushing yards against a Miami defense that has struggled in 2022 and before against mobile QBs. Colbie Young at 46.5 yards at -114 is the best Miami player prop bet. Young has at least 46 receiving yards in the last three games.
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The under on Saturday should also be a good bet. Miami has not scored more than 24 points against a Power Five opponent this season. The Hurricanes have to be far more efficient and potent offensively to compete with Florida State. Miami has not had a complete game offensively in 2022.