Watch Ohio Bobcats vs Miami Ohio Live Stream : NCAACF Week 10

Watch Ohio Bobcats vs Miami Ohio Live Stream : NCAACF Week 10

Ohio Bobcats vs Miami Ohio Live Stream

Groups engaging for the top spot in the MAC East Division will go head to head in the 2019 Battle of the Bricks when the Miami (Ohio) RedHawks meet the Ohio Bobcats at Peden Stadium on Wednesday. The RedHawks (4-4), tied for first in the division with Ohio at 3-1, have battled out and about, going 1-4 this season, while the Bobcats (4-4) are 2-2 at home. The opening shot is set for 8 p.m. ET, and Miami (OH) drives the untouched arrangement 53-40-2. The Bobcats are seven-point top choices in the most recent Ohio versus Miami (Ohio) chances, while the over-under for complete focuses scored is 54.5. Prior to making any Miami (Ohio) versus Ohio picks of your own, see the most recent school football expectations from the SportsLine Projection Model.

Miami (Ohio) at Ohio

Kickoff: Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 8 p.m. ET


Spread: Ohio -7

The SportsLine Projection Model reenacts each FBS school football match-up multiple times, and the individuals who have tailed it have seen enormous returns. In the course of the last four or more years, the restrictive PC model has produced a shocking benefit of over $4,000 for $100 players on its top of the line school football picks against the spread. The model enters Week 11 of the 2019 season on a solid run, going 105-69 on the entirety of its top of the line school football picks. Anyone who has been tailing it is far up.

Presently, the model has dialed in on Ohio versus Miami (Ohio). We can reveal to you it’s hanging over, and it’s likewise created an extremely solid against the spread pick that trades out more than 60 percent of reenactments. That one is just accessible at SportsLine.

The model realizes the Bobcats are 5-2 against the spread in their last seven games in the wake of permitting in excess of 200 yards hurrying in their past game. They likewise have had a lot of achievement under mentor Frank Solich, going 110-79 during his residency, which is the second-most successes in school history behind Don Peden, who won 121 from 1924 to 1946. With one more win, he will pass Herb Deromedi of Central Michigan (1978-93) for most successes by a MAC mentor.

Senior quarterback Nathan Rourke has been a double risk for Ohio and leads the group in passing and hurrying. He has finished 122-of-206 goes for 1,743 yards and 10 touchdowns, while conveying multiple times for 536 yards and eight TDs.

Be that as it may, in light of the fact that the Bobcats are 8-2 at home since the beginning of last season doesn’t ensure they will cover the Ohio versus Miami (Ohio) spread on Wednesday.

That is on the grounds that Miami has seen a resurgence in its program under 6th year mentor Chuck Martin. Notwithstanding going 26-43 by and large, incorporating 4-26 in Martin’s initial 30 MAC games, Miami is 19-7 in its last 26. The RedHawks are hoping to post their first winning season since going 10-4 of every 2010.

Green bean running back Tire Shelton and junior back Jaylon Bester have assumed significant jobs lately as the RedHawks have presented back-on back wins against Northern Illinois and Kent State. Shelton, who leads the group in hurrying, ran over the Golden Flashes, conveying multiple times for 148 yards. Bester was similarly as viable, surging multiple times for 99 yards and three scores in the course of the last two games, including a two-TD exertion against Northern Illinois.

Prediction: Ohio 28, Miami 21

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