Despite the records this is a pretty even matchup. I still have a win for the Cavaliers tonight, Miami is on it's way back up and a year or two from now they may be back in the polls like they used to be but they still have a way to go.
Miami's QB Jarren Williams (shoulder) won't start in Friday's game against Virginia after coach Manny Diaz named N'Kosi Perry the top signal-caller for Miami's Week 7 game, Manny Navarro of The Athletic reports. ANALYSIS Williams was pulled early in the Hurricanes' Week 6 loss to Virginia Tech after throwing three interceptions, allowing Perry to see extended run under center and nearly guide Miami to a comeback win. Word surfaced shortly after Williams' removal that a sore right shoulder contributed to his struggles, and his inability to throw during practices Tuesday and Wednesday suggested he was still troubled by the injury. Diaz didn't explicitly rule Williams out for Week 7, but it's likely Tate Martell will serve as the top understudy to Perry for at least one game.
Virginia Tech vs. Miami Hurricanes: The Details and Realities - Gobbler CountryWinning is a "good thing". The team being focused and positive is a "good thing". There is a whole bushel basket full of things to smile about in this one. There are also some issues that need to be addressed and solving them is critical to the remainder of the season. https://www.gobblercountry.com/2019/10/7/20902527/virginia-tech-vs-miami-hurricanes-the-details-and-realities-acc-football
Two fickle teams here but Miami is better than their record IMO. The Canes' lost played both UNC and Florida tough games and have the better talent on both sides of the ball. The edge in this matchup for me is the Cane's defense which is holding opponents to under 16 PPG. I think Miami does just enough here and win a 27-17 type of game.
Covers community free betting prediction for Virginia Cavaliers (62% consensus). It's a quick turnaround for Miami after a painful 42-35 loss to Virginia Tech as the Hurricanes came up short after storming back from a 28-point first-half deficit to tie the game late in the fourth quarter. The slate doesn't get any easier as No. 19 Virginia comes to South Florida for a Friday night matchup fresh off a bye and an extra week to stew about its own disappointing loss as the Cavaliers fell to No. 10 Notre Dame 35-20 last time out... http://bit.ly/2CZQo0N
Betting Prediction for Virginia Cavaliers vs Miami-FL Hurricanes on October 11, 2019, 8:00 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Virginia will Win , Cover the Spread , and the Total will go Over .
The Virginia Cavaliers went into Notre Dame Stadium last weekend and promptly allowed their highest point total in over a year. They'll look to get things cleaned up on defense as they face another tough test Friday night against a Miami Hurricanes team that is coming off its own rough defensive showing in a loss to Virginia Tech. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2AJDEvA