Miami-FL vs. Rutgers Betting Lines - Pinstripe Bowl Odds

Miami-FL Hurricanes College Football Betting

Miami Hurricanes College Football Betting

Miami Hurricanes head coach, former player, alum, and favorite son Mario Cristobal is yet to move the needle in two seasons on the job. The man touted as the best recruiter in college football has had good classes. But that has yet to translate into success on the field. Cristobal produced a bowl season in 2023 after a 5-7 flop in 2022. But mediocre bowl games are not why Cristobal was hired. In the immediate future, Cristobal must find a new QB to replace Tyler Van Dyke, who entered the transfer portal.

College Football Betting Lines

Rutgers Scarlet Knights +2.5

Miami-FL Hurricanes -2.5

Total: 41

Money Line: Rutgers +133, Miami-FL -133

Miami-FL Hurricanes Weekly Matchup

On Thursday, December 28, 2023, the Miami Hurricanes of the ACC will face the Rutgers Scarlet Knights of the Big Ten in the Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium in Bronx, NY. Kickoff time is 2:15 p.m. ET, with television coverage on ESPN.

Last game, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights lost 42-24 against the Maryland Terrapins as 2-point home dogs. The game went over the total of 44.5. Rutgers has a record of 6-6 straight up, 6-4-2 against the spread, and 6-6 over/under the total. Rutgers ranks 123rd for total offense, 127th for passing, 57th for rushing and 105th for scoring. Defensively, they rank 19th overall, 11th against the pass, 46th against the rush, and 29th for points allowed. Also, Rutgers ranks 36th for fewest turnovers lost and 98th for takeaways

Miami-FL Hurricanes Weekly Recap

Last game, the Miami Hurricanes won 45-20 against the Boston College Eagles as 10-point road favorites. The game went over the total of 48.5. Miami has a record of 7-5 straight up, 6-6 against the spread, and 7-5 over/under the total. Miami ranks 25th for total offense, 39th for passing, 48th for rushing and 36th for scoring. Defensively they rank 25th overall, 69th against the pass, 13th against the rush, and 41st for points allowed. Also, Miami ranks 101st for fewest turnovers lost and 35th for takeaways.

Tyler Van Dyke was 23 of 36 for 290 passing yards and two touchdowns, while Henry Parrish Jr. rushed for a pair of scores as Miami beat Boston College at Chestnut Hill, Mass.

The Hurricanes scored on four of their five first-half drives and cruised to the win, breaking a three-game losing streak.

Parrish, who returned following an injury in the third quarter, racked up 111 yards on 11 carries.

Van Dyke connected with nine different receivers to lead Miami's attack, including Xavier Restrepo, who logged 117 yards on six catches. Jacolby George and Colbie Young each hauled in a touchdown.

Thomas Castellanos ran and threw for a total of two touchdowns for Boston College, which finished the regular season on a three-game losing streak. The dual-threat quarterback accounted for 151 passing (15 of 25, two interceptions) and 130 rushing yards.

Miami held a 532-294 advantage in total yards, including a 196-58 count during its 21-point second quarter.

2023 Miami-FL Hurricanes Football Schedule

Sep 1 vs. Miami-OH W 38-3 1-0
Sep 9 vs. Texas A&M W 48-33 2-0
Sep 14 vs. Bethune Cookman W 48-7 3-0
Sep 23 at Temple W 41-7 4-0
Oct 7 vs. Georgia Tech L 20-23 4-1
Oct 14 at North Carolina L 31-41 4-2
Oct 21 vs. Clemson W 28-20 5-2
Oct 28 vs. Virginia W 29-26 6-2
Nov 4 at NC State L 6-20 6-3
Nov 11 at Florida State L 20-27 6-4
Nov 18 vs. Louisville L 31-38 6-5
Nov 24 at Boston College W 45-20 7-5

From 1983 through 2001, the Miami Hurricanes won five national championships. Additionally, they were a national finalist seven times in that span. Miami was never a historic blue-blood program. All of their success came then. And the Canes have become a prisoner of that success. Miami continues to cycle through coaches chasing that elusive era of glory.

The late great Howard Schnellenberger built the original Miami powerhouse. And then Jimmy Johnson took over and led the Canes to a higher level. Dennis Erickson maintained Miami’s championship dynasty. But the program began to erode after caretaker Larry Coker won the natty in his first year and made the national championship game in his second campaign.

Miami has a litany of past superstars, including eras not connected to the Glory Years. Jim Otto, Ted Hendricks, Jim Kelly, Michael Irvin, Cortez Kennedy, Warren Sapp, Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Edgerrin James, Dwayne Johnson, Ed Reed, Vinny Testaverde, Russell Maryland, Gino Torretta, Arnold Tucker, Bennie Blades, Don Bosseler, Andy Gustafson, and Jack Harding are all legendary Canes.

Current head coach Mario Cristobal played for The U from 1989-1992. If anyone gets the Hurricanes and their unique program, it is Cristobal.

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2023 College Football Schedule

Alabama Crimson Tide Auburn Tigers Baylor Bears
Clemson Tigers Colorado Buffaloes Florida Gators
Florida State Seminoles Georgia Bulldogs Illinois Fighting Illini
Iowa Hawkeyes Kansas State Wildcats LSU Tigers
Miami-FL Hurricanes Michigan Wolverines Mississippi Rebels
North Carolina State Wolfpack North Carolina Tar Heels Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Ohio State Buckeyes Oklahoma Sooners Oklahoma State Cowboys
Oregon Ducks Oregon State Beavers Penn State Nittany Lions
South Carolina Gamecocks TCU Horned Frogs Tennessee Volunteers
Texas Longhorns Texas A&M Aggies Texas Tech Red Raiders
Tulane Green Wave UCLA Bruins USC Trojans
Utah Utes Washington Huskies Wisconsin Badgers

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