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Miami (OH) at Michigan

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In week 3 the Miami (OH) RedHawks (0-2 overall) travel to Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan to face the Michigan Wolverines (1-1 overall) Saturday.

Miami (OH) lost to E Kentucky last week 17-10. The RedHawks were led by quarterback Andrew Hendrix who had 359 passing yards and 1 TD. However, he did throw 3 interceptions. Spencer McInnis led the rushing game with 10 carries for 51 yards. The RedHawks gave the ball away 6 times last week.

The RedHawks defense allowed only 280 yards but gave up 17 points. In addition, they also had 1 fumble recovery and 1 interception.

Michigan lost big against Notre Dame last week 31-0. Michigan was led by quarterback Devin Gardner with 189 yards and 3 interceptions. De’Veon Smith led the rushing game with 30 yards on 7 carries. In addition, Devin Funchess led the wide receivers with 107 yards on 9 receptions.

The Wolverines gave up only 280 yards but allowed 31 points. They had no forced turnovers.

Keys to Miami (OH) win

Miami is going to need quarterback Andrew Hendrix to play a great game and not turn the ball over. In addition, Spencer McInnis will need to run the ball well. Miami (OH) simply cannot allow 6 turnovers again.

Keys to Michigan win

Michigan is going to need Devin Gardner to play a good game and not throw so many interceptions up. In addition, De’Veon Smith needs to run the ball better and get into the end zone. The Wolverines defense played pretty good last week only allowing 280 yards but have to keep the other team out of the end zone.

Key Injuries

Miami (OH)

Austin Gearing

Michigan

Desmond Morgan, Jabrill Peppers, Raymon Taylor, Kyle Bosch, Drake Harris, Ty Isaac, Delano Hill

Favorite

Michigan -31

Conclusion

Michigan should easily win Saturday. However, they will need Devin Gardner to play good game. In addition, the Wolverines defense needs to play better and force some turnovers.

About David Campbell

David makes his home in Guatemala and follows the worlds greatest games from there. David contributes on all leagues across the world and had over 25 years experience. He has covered 10 World Cups and will do so again this year in Brazil.

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