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Wake Forest Demon Deacons vs. Miami Hurricanes Week 9 Betting Predictions & Preview

Wake Forest vs Miami NCAA Football Handicapping

The seventh-ranked Miami Hurricanes program was in the spotlight on Monday and Tuesday of this week and was able to escaped significant sanctions. The football team will have a chance to make a good week even better on Saturday when they take on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.

Wake Forest Demon Deacons (4-3) at 7 Miami Hurricanes (6-0)
Date: Saturday, October 26, 2013
Time: 12:00 PM ET
Venue: Sun Life Stadium
City: Miami Gardens, Florida
O/U Odds: 54
Spread: Miami -23
Money Line: Miami -1700, Wake Forest +1150

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The Hurricanes were able to climb up in the AP Top 25 poll despite barely sneaking past North Carolina in their last game, using the five losses by top 10 teams to get to No. 7.

Top rusher Duke Johnson was knocked out of the North Carolina game early, and redshirt sophomore Dallas Crawford did a fine job carrying the load in his place, racking up 137 yards on 33 carries with a pair of scores, including a three-yard plunge with 16 seconds to play to propel the Hurricanes to a 27-23 win.

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Quarterback Stephen Morris had a forgettable day, throwing four interceptions in the contest.

The Miami defense’s day wasn’t much better. The unit surrendered a season-high 500 yards to the Tar Heels. To their credit, they did keep the Tar Heels from moving the ball in the most important moments of the game, keeping Bryn Renner’s final throw from the Miami 28 from finding a receiver in the end zone, preserving the win. The team got a boost from their special teams when Ladarius Gunter blocked a field goal and returned it 67 yards to the house in the second quarter. The win improved Miami to 6-0 for the first time since 2004. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

Wake Forest won comfortably in their last game, beating up on Maryland, 34-10. Quarterback Tanner Price did it all, finding the endzone three different ways. Price completed 26 of 36 passes for 241 yards and a touchdowns, adding a four-yard touchdown run and a four-yard touchdown pass to make him the first ACC player since Clemson’s C.J. Spiller to score three different offensive touchdowns in the same game.

The Demon Deacon defense had a solid outing as well, with their lone blemish coming when Maryland backup quarterback Caleb Rowe connected with Levern Jacobs on a 56-yard touchdown in the third quarter. The unit held Maryland to 383 yards of offense and forced three turnovers, including an interception that was returned 49 yards.

The Hurricanes have rolled over teams in their path this season with great play on both sides of the ball. If they can avoid looking past Wake Forest, they should be able to build up a significant margin against a Demon Deacons team that hasn’t been able to hang with quality opponents, going 2-8 ATS in their last 10 games versus teams with winning records.

The Hurricanes are 8-1 ATS in their last nine home games.

The play: Miami -23

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