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Matchup: Temple Owls @ Miami (OH) Redhawks
Date: Tuesday, November 23rd, 7:00 ET
Location: Yager Stadium, Oxford, OH
Game Line: Temple -6.5
Over/Under OTB

The 7-4 Miami (OH) Redhawks still have a chance to win the MAC East and will look to keep their hopes alive when they host the 8-3 Temple Owls Tuesday night. If the Redhawks can get a win and an Ohio Bobcat loss, they will head to Detroit where they will face Northern Illinois in the MAC Title Game. Last week, the Redhawks scraped out a tough 19-14 win against 0-11 Akron after Zips WR Jeremy LaFrance fumbled inside the Redhawk 20 to preserve a win for Miami of Ohio. QB Austin Boucher started in place of the injured Zac Dysert and performed well in his first start, completing 22 of 32 passes for 213 yards in the win. RB Thomas Merriweather had a big game to assist Boucher, carrying the ball 17 times for 141 yards and a touchdown in the victory. Boucher will get the start against Temple, as Dysert's season very well could be over with, as he has a ruptured spleen. Temple’s MAC Title hopes were eradicated last Tuesday night after they suffered a 31-23 defeat at the hands of the Ohio Bobcats. QB Mike Gerardi looked flummoxed by the Ohio defense all night and his stat line (28-48 311 yards 2 TDs 2 INTs) is inflated due to two touchdowns scored in garbage time. Star RB Bernard Pierce was lost on the very first play of the game for the Owls, injuring his hamstring on a 67-yard run that was called back. In Pierce’s absence, RB Mike Brown was pretty much held in check, only rushing for 72 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries.

Free College Football Picks: Temple -6.5
Prediction: Temple 27 Miami (OH) 16

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