Central Michigan vs Miami University prediction, game preview, how to watch: Saturday, October 2
Central Michigan vs University of Miami How to Watch
Date: Saturday October 2
Game time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Yager Stadium, Oxford, OH
How to watch: ESPN +
Record: Central Michigan (2-2), University of Miami (1-3)
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Central Michigan v Miami University game preview
Why Central Michigan will win
The defense was fantastic on the third downs.
It did nothing to stop LSU, but Missouri, CRF and Robert Morris combined to convert just 4 out of 37 chances. The defense could have some pass issues, and the offense has a few issues – more to that topic in a moment – but the O of Miami doesn’t shake the chains enough.
Central Michigan is 2-0 when running over 200 yards, and Miami allows 211 per outing. Corn …
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Why the University of Miami will win
For all the good times Central Michigan has had with the running game, the offensive line is having a pass protection nightmare.
If your defense can get behind the line every now and then, it’s going to be a good day against the Chippewas. The University of Miami can get behind the line.
No, the pass rush isn’t great, but there are a lot of tackles to lose. Statistically, the D pass is amazing as Army missed a pass in their 23-10 win last week and no one other than Cincinnati did more than 180.
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what’s going to happen
Mid-Michigan’s passing game will work well enough to get by.
Miami are not stable enough offensively to call once the Chippewas start scoring early. The racing game will not be stable enough to control the game, and the inability to control the clock will be a big problem.
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Central Michigan vs University of Miami prediction, Line
Michigan Center 30, University of Miami 27
Line: Central Michigan -1, start: 56
ATS Confidence out of 5: 1
Must-see rating: 2.5
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