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On Saturday at 12:00 PM ET, the Miami (OH) RedHawks (1-1) will take on the Cincinnati Bearcats (1-1).
The Bearcats are expected to win by at least two touchdowns (currently -21.5) against the RedHawks. The over/under for this matchup is 49.5 points.
Game Info and Betting Lines for Cincinnati vs. Miami (OH)
- Game Day: Saturday, September 17, 2022
- Game Time: 12:00 PM ET
- TV Channel: ESPNU
- Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
- Stadium: Paul Brown Stadium
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Cincinnati Betting Insights
- Cincinnati compiled an 8-6-0 ATS record last year.
- Cincinnati had an ATS record of 3-5 when playing as at least 21.5-point favorites last season.
- Cincinnati games went over the point total six out of 14 times last season.
Cincinnati Stats & Insights
- Cincinnati averaged 36.9 points per game last year, 13.8 more than Miami (OH) gave up per outing (23.1).
- When Cincinnati put up more than 23.1 points last season, it went 7-5 against the spread and 12-0 overall.
- Miami (OH) had a 5-4 record against the spread and a 6-4 record overall in games when it allowed less than 36.9 points last year.
- Cincinnati collected 45.3 more yards per game (413.8) than Miami (OH) gave up per outing (368.5) last year.
- When Cincinnati churned out over 368.5 yards last season, the team was 6-3 against the spread and 9-0 overall.
- Miami (OH) had a 5-4 record ATS and a 5-4 record overall when holding its opponents to fewer than 413.8 yards last season.
- Cincinnati rushed for 172.6 yards per game last year, 26.6 more than the 146.0 Miami (OH) allowed per contest.
- Cincinnati had a 4-1 ATS record and a 5-0 overall record when the team rushed for over 146.0 yards last year.
- Miami (OH) was 5-3 against the spread and 6-2 overall when holding opponents to less than 172.6 rushing yards last season.
- Cincinnati turned the ball over 19 times last year, two more turnovers than Miami (OH) forced (17).
Cincinnati’s Best Players
- Last year Desmond Ridder put together 3,334 passing yards (238.1 per game), a 64.9% completion percentage (251-for-387), 30 touchdowns, and only eight interceptions. He also added 355 rushing yards on 110 carries with six rushing TDs (averaging 25.4 yards per game).
- Last season Jerome Ford took 215 carries for 1,319 yards (94.2 per game) and scored 19 touchdowns. When it comes to receiving, he also caught 21 passes for 220 yards (15.7 per game) and put up one TD.
- Alec Pierce collected 52 receptions for 884 yards and eight touchdowns last year. He was targeted 84 times, and averaged 63.1 yards per game.
- Tyler Scott produced last year, catching 30 passes for 520 yards and five touchdowns. He collected 37.1 receiving yards per game.
- Tre Tucker reeled in 34 passes on 47 targets for 426 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 30.4 receiving yards per game.
- Curtis Brooks did his thing last season with a huge stat line of 7.5 sacks, 9.0 TFL and 49 tackles.
- Joel Dublanko went to work last year, collecting 94 tackles, 9.0 TFL, 5.5 sacks, and one interception.
- Deshawn Pace collected four interceptions while adding 79 tackles, 7.0 TFL, 0.5 sacks, and four passes defended last year.
Miami (OH) Betting Insights
- Miami (OH) won six games against the spread last year, failing to cover six times.
- Miami (OH) did not cover the spread last year (0-1 ATS) when playing as at least 21.5-point underdogs.
- A total of six of Miami (OH) games last year went over the point total.
Miami (OH) Stats & Insights
- Miami (OH) racked up 12.0 more points per game (28.9) than Cincinnati surrendered (16.9) last season.
- When Miami (OH) recorded more than 16.9 points last season, it was 5-3 against the spread and 6-3 overall.
- When Cincinnati allowed fewer than 28.9 points last year, it had a 7-5 record against the spread and a 12-0 record overall.
- Miami (OH) racked up 425.6 yards per game last season, 108.0 more yards than the 317.6 Cincinnati gave up per matchup.
- In games that Miami (OH) totaled over 317.6 yards last year, the team was 5-4 against the spread and 6-4 overall.
- When Cincinnati kept its opponents to fewer than 425.6 yards last season, it had an 8-4 record ATS and a 12-0 record overall.
- Last season Miami (OH) ran for just 1.9 fewer yards (147.2) than Cincinnati allowed per outing (149.1).
- Last year Miami (OH) had a 2-2 ATS record and a 4-1 overall record in games the team ran for over 149.1 yards.
- Last year, Cincinnati was 5-2 against the spread and 7-0 overall when holding opponents to fewer than 147.2 yards on the ground.
- Miami (OH) turned the ball over 12 times last year, 21 fewer times than Cincinnati forced turnovers (33).
Miami (OH)’s Best Players
- Brett Gabbert completed 59.5% of his passes to throw for 2,646 yards and 26 touchdowns last season. He also helped with his legs, tallying one touchdown while racking up 142 yards.
- Keyon Mozee averaged 42.8 rushing yards and scored four rushing touchdowns.
- Kevin Davis ran for three touchdowns on 341 yards a year ago. Davis also was efficient as a receiver, accumulating 23 receptions for 208 yards with two touchdowns.
- Jack Sorenson averaged 108.2 yards on 5.8 receptions per game and racked up 10 receiving touchdowns in 2021.
- Mac Hippenhammer caught 48 passes last season on his way to 786 yards and five receiving touchdowns.
- Jalen Walker played his way to four receiving touchdowns and 396 receiving yards (30.5 ypg) last season.
- Lonnie Phelps proved to be a menacing defender last year, recording 9.5 sacks, 10.0 TFL and 23 tackles.
- Ivan Pace Jr. put together a great stat line last year, accruing 91 tackles, 11.0 TFL, four sacks, and one interception.
- A year ago John Saunders Jr. tallied 13 tackles and three passes defended as well as three interceptions.