The Central Connecticut Blue Devils (1-2) and Miami Hurricanes (1-2) meet Saturday at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. ET. Below, we look at the Central Connecticut vs. Miami odds and lines, and make our expert college football picks, predictions and bets.
Central Connecticut has struggled so far, falling to Southern Connecticut State and Southeast Louisiana, while barely scraping by a poor Wagner side. This is the Blue Devils’ only matchup against an FBS team this season.
Miami was drummed by Alabama in the opener, it narrowly escaped at home against Appalachian State, and then was pounded by Michigan State last weekend. The Hurricanes are 0-3 ATS with the Under hitting in each outing.
Central Connecticut at Miami odds, spread and lines
- Money line: Central Connecticut +2000 (bet $100 to win $2,000) | Miami Off the board
- Against the spread (ATS): Central Connecticut +51.5 (-110) | Miami -50.5 (-110)
- Over/Under (O/U): 61.5 (O: -108 | U: -112)
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Central Connecticut at Miami odds, lines, picks and predictions
Miami 65, Central Connecticut 10
There was no money line at the time of this publishing, but it wouldn’t be worth pursuing anyway.
MIAMI -51.5 (-112) is the play against this undermanned FCS foe, even though the Hurricanes haven’t really given bettors much reason to like them so far.
The U should be able to break out the turnover chain quite frequently on the defensive side. It won’t make the fans feel much better about the season, but bettors will certainly like the results.
OVER 59.5 (- 110) is the best play on the board here, and Miami might be able to take care of the total on its own. Miami has had trouble offensively, but it will get it done against a Central Connecticut team that has struggled mightily at the FCS level.
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