Miami Hurricanes College Football Odds

Miami Hurricanes College Football Betting

Miami Hurricanes NCAA Football Betting

The Miami Hurricanes had a very disappointing 2022 season, as they went 5-7 overall and just 3-5 in the Coastal Division of the ACC. The Hurricanes could do no better than finish fifth in their division. The Hurricanes were a disaster to bet on for gamblers in 2022, as they went a pathetic 2-12 ATS with six of their games going over the total and six going under. The last two games of the season were especially disappointing, as the Hurricanes were blown out by Clemson and Pittsburgh. The loss to the Panthers really hurt, as Miami had a chance to finish the season with six wins and make a bowl game, but they were routed by the Panthers, losing 42-16. Looking back at the season it is hard to find many positives, as there was not a good win on their schedule.

The Hurricanes averaged just 23.6 points per game which was 97th in the country and they averaged 369 yards per game. They were a disaster when it came to hanging on to the ball, as they ranked near the bottom of the country in turnovers. Their defense gave up 26.8 points per game which was 69th in the nation. Henry Parrish Jr. had 604 rushing yards to lead the team, Tyler Van Dyke threw for 1,836 yards, while Will Mallory had 538 receiving yards. Akheem Mesidor led the team with seven sacks, while Kamren Kinchens led the team with six interceptions.

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Miami Hurricanes Weekly Recap

Pittsburgh defeated Miami 42-16 and removed the Hurricanes from bowl contention. Kedon Slovis threw three touchdown passes, all to Jared Wayne, while Israel Abanikanda ran for two scores. Miami had their worst season in 45 years, finishing just 5-7. “Laying a foundation is necessary for establishing a standard.” said Hurricanes coach Mario Cristobal, who lost seven more games in his first season back at his alma institution than he did in his five years as a player there (five). “It can be really painful at times. And that's where we are right now; we're not there yet, and there's work to be done."

Abanikanda ended with 111 yards on the ground, his sixth straight 100-yard game for the Panthers, giving him 20 touchdown rushes for the year. Wayne grabbed touchdown passes of 26 and 66 yards in the first half to help Pitt lead 28-0 at the intermission. Later in the third, he also caught a 7-yard pass.

Pitt had previously defeated Miami by a 17-point margin in 1976, the year the Panthers won the national championship, therefore this was their largest victory over Miami ever. Miami's Jake Garcia had two touchdown passes; Xavier Restrepo caught one, and tight end Will Mallory also caught one in the Hurricanes' final game.

Pitt went 4-0 in November for the second straight season and defeated Miami for just the fourth time in their last 26 meetings. The game was the final one played in the Coastal Division because the ACC will no longer have two divisions.

It was an awful way for Miami to cap off a terrible year. Given their season-long quarterback turnover, the Hurricanes' employment of three quarterbacks on Saturday was appropriate. Tyler Van Dyke, the starter, returned for the first series but later suffered a recurrence of the shoulder ailment that kept him out for the majority of the second half of the season. Garcia continued to play after Jacurri Brown left the game in the third quarter due to injury.

Van Dyke completed 160 of 253 passes for 1,835 yards, 10 touchdowns, and 5 interceptions during the season. He was widely expected to enter the NFL draft in 2023 when the season began, and Miami has already seen at least six players publicly announce intentions to enter the transfer portal, with more players likely on the way.

The Hurricanes reported a crowd of 46,428 in Miami. In actuality, it might have been half that, and by the time it was through, the majority of those people had left. This season, Miami's average announced attendance was 45,711. It was Miami's lowest average attendance since 2007.

2022 Miami Hurricanes Schedule

Sep 3 vs. Bethune Cookman W 70-13 1-0
Sep 10 vs. Southern Miss W 30-7 2-0
Sep 17 at Texas A&M L 17-9 2-1
Sep 24 vs. Middle Tennessee L 31-45 2-2
Oct 1 OFF
Oct 8 vs. North Carolina L 27-24 2-3
Oct 15 at Virginia Tech W 20-14 3-3
Oct 22 vs. Duke L 21-45 3-4
Oct 29 at Virginia W 14-12 (OT) 4-4
Nov 5 vs. Florida State L 3-45 4-5
Nov 12 at Georgia Tech W 35-14 5-5
Nov 19 at Clemson L 10-40 5-6
Nov 26 vs. Pittsburgh L 16-42 5-7
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