Miami Hurricanes and Coker Plan to Put Suspensions Behind Them When They Battle Duke

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The Miami Hurricanes are coming off their big brawl with FIU, which lead to key players being suspended for their game against the Duke Blue Devils.

College football betting expert John Hoben and CEO Thomas Jensen of Point-Spreads.com, the premier provider of sports data, information, and analysis to the betting community, discusses this weekend's most controversial NCAA Football matchup with Sports Commentator and resident Miami Hurricanes Sports Expert Marc Bednarcyk.

"Miami opened as a 17.5 point favorite but there are some odds makers that have the spread -18 as you can see on the Live Odds Board located at http://www.point-spreads.com/ncaaf-point-spreads.html " stated Jensen. "Imagine what the line would be if the Hurricanes did not have so many players suspended for the game. Larry Coker will be fired on Monday morning if he does not win this game."

"Now that their reputation has been tainted again, Don't be surprised if you see the "U." get back to the level of success of previous years and playing in Jacksonville the first weekend of December for the ACC Championship!" started Bednarczyk. "The 'U.' is in a 'Take No Prisoners" mentality from this point on. Larry Coker has clearly lost control of the team inside and out. The Canes have gotten into 3 altercations in the last 7 games starting with last year's Peach Bowl against LSU, Louisville, and then FIU. It doesn't matter because the players will motivate themselves despite Larry Coker."

Hoben commented "Even with Miami's suspensions, moving the ball probably will remain a daunting task for a Blue Devils team that is led by a freshman quarterback. Duke has already has been shut out twice at home -- once by Division I-AA Richmond -- and has the Atlantic Coast Conference's worst total and scoring offense." Hoben added "The lack of respect is like a slap in the face to some Duke players". The Blue Devils covered +26 at Alabama two weeks ago and +21 against Wake Forest back on September 9th. Last week the Blue Devils narrowly missed the +23 point cover hosting Florida State and losing 51-24, a 27-point loss.

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