Miami-Ohio vs Buffalo Odds: College Football Week 11
Miami-Ohio vs Buffalo Odds – College Football Week 11: Miami-Ohio comes into Tuesday night’s clash with Buffalo on a 6-1 ATS run in their last 7 as the underdog. They are also riding a 7-2 ATS record in their last 9 games overall, and in their last 9 games in November. The Buffalo Bulls are 4-0 ATS in their last 4 as a favorite and have managed to cover the spread in 17 of their last 22 games at home. It’s prime time MACtion from Buffalo on Tuesday night.
Miami-Ohio vs Buffalo: Match-Up and Betting Trends
Miami-Ohio has failed to cover the spread in 6 of their last 8 games in Buffalo, while the favorite has gone 9-2-1 in these two teams’ last 12 meetings. As for the total, the Over has gone 5-2 in their last meetings at UB Stadium, and 6-1 in their last 7 overall.
Miami-Ohio/Buffalo: Measure of Expectation
Both teams come into their second game of the season having performed better than their early-season expectations. However, Miami-Ohio may have a slight edge over Buffalo as far as what the market expects from them. The RedHawks managed to pick up a victory at a -110 pick’em price over Ball State in their first game. Winning the game 38-31 and covering the spread by 7 points. As for Buffalo, they were lined as -14.5 point favorites over Northern Illinois and managed a 49-30 win, covering the spread by just 4.5 points. It’s hard to judge by just one game played, but based on the ATS margin, Miami-Ohio may be performing slightly better than Buffalo headed into this match-up.
AVG. MARGIN is the average point differential per game for each team. This is a useful measure of expectation, as it shows an average for how many points a team wins by, or loses by, per game. AVG. ATS MARGIN is the average margin a team wins, or loses, against the spread. This is the best measure of expectation to use, at least from a betting perspective, because it shows the average performance a team does against the betting line per game. MONEYLINE FADE is the amount of profit generated from betting $100 against each team, per game. This is a great measure of expectation because it gives a good idea of each team’s return on investment.
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