College Football Against the Spread Week 10

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April 14, 2012; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Hurricane cheerleaders perform during the spring scrimmage game for the University of Miami at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

Miami at Florida State (-21.5)

Yes, this is a top 10 match up, and yes that 21.5 point spread is completely accurate  It seems everyone, including our beloved oddsmakers have caught Jameis fever.  And let’s be honest, why wouldn’t you?  The redshirt freshman is has a QB rating of an absurd 207, with 23 TDs, and just 4 INTs.  Sick.  But for all the attention Winston gets, the FSU defense ranks 4th in the nation with just 13 points against per game. The Canes are 7-0, but it’s a perilous 7-0, having won their last 2 games by a total of 6 points.

You know something is up when the 7th ranked team is a 3 touchdown dog in November.  But it’s pretty easy to see why in this case.  FSU gets better every week, and Miami is hanging onto their undefeated season by a thread.  I love FSU here, and frankly, I don’t think it’s even 21 points close.

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Topics: Against The Spread, Florida Gators, Florida State Seminoles, Football, Georgia Bulldogs, Miami Hurricanes, Michigan State Spartans, Michigan Wolverines, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Penn State Nittany Lions, Texas Tech Red Raiders

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