Pop slots casino for computers. Get your free POP Slots chips! Since POP Slots is a mobile only slot machines game, POP Slots free chips can be collected on a mobile device, either on iOS or Android. Chips are the in-game coins with which you play the game. Open our site on your mobile device and click on the chip links below. After tapping a link, a new window will pop up. Pop Slots Free Chips Daily Summary all links in one simple list. Bonus posted Everyday. No Login required to claim bonuses and it's completely for free Your daily supply of FREE Pop Slots Casino Mobile Chips, a freemium mobile slots machine game. Collect daily updated information about Pop Slots Chips on our site. You just need to open this same web page on your mobile device and then you can click any of the Free chip or coin post on our site and get working instructions and links for chip rewards and other bonuses in Pop Slots game.
Miami (FL) Betting Information Miami (FL) holds a losing record ATS this season, covering eight times and failing to cover 11 times. The Hurricanes only hold a 0-3 record against the spread this season when they enter a game as at least an 11-point underdog. 11 of Miami (FL)’s 19 games (57.9%) this season haven’t covered the over/under. Miami is 4-0 for the sixth time since 2000 and is one of just 16 undefeated teams in the country. This is the first time Miami has been the highest ranked FBS team in the state of Florida since Nov. Miami and Boise State are the only two schools at the FBS level that have not trailed in any game at any point this season.
College Football Picks: Florida State vs. Miami Betting Odds and Predictions
by Robert Ferringo - 10/9/2010
No. 24 Florida State and No. 14 Miami are set for a showdown for Sunshine State supremacy on Saturday. The Seminoles and Hurricanes will meet at 8 p.m. in South Florida for one of the ACC’s biggest rivalry games. Miami is set as the favorite but Florida State’s seniors will be looking for one last upset in one is one of the top rivalries in college football.
There have been five straight upsets in this series and the underdog has won a whopping seven of the last eight meetings. The road team, which is generally always the dog, has won four straight and the schools have alternated victories in each of those contests.
Also, this is traditionally one of the most hotly contested and hardest hitting conference rivalry games in the nation. And as a result it has produced a bevy of tight, dramatic finishes over the last decade. The last nine meetings have been determined by eight points or less and six of the last nine matchups have been determined by four points or less. The last four seasons the average margin of victory has been just four points.
Last year Miami went into Tallahassee and left with a 38-34 victory as a six-point underdog. Florida State actually drove to the Miami two-yard line with 14 seconds to play looking for the winning score. But three straight incomplete passes ended in a disappointment for the host Seminoles.
Florida State enters this game playing as well as anyone in the nation. After getting humiliated at Oklahoma on Sept. 11 the Seminoles have won three straight games by 20 points or more, beating BYU and Wake Forest at home and then laying into Virginia on the road. FSU has been dominating the line of scrimmage with a veteran offensive and defensive line. They are No. 26 in rushing offense and No. 29 in scoring at 35 points per game. They are also No. 4 in the nation in rush defense and No. 20 in points allowed (15.4 ppg).
The Miami Hurricanes football schedule has seen them play a three-game road stretch that rivals anything that any team in the country will have to face this year. They were rolled in the second half at Ohio State on Sept. 11 before winning back-to-back games at Pittsburgh (31-3) and at Clemson (30-21). Miami’s defense has been just as athletic and active as that of the Seminoles, and the Hurricanes are exceptional at No. 12 in total defense and No. 16 in points allowed (15.0).
It is natural to assume that because we have two of the top defenses in the country that this will be a lower-scoring game. However, that hasn’t been the case in each of the last three years while these matchups have produced an average of 72.6 points per game. All three games easily sailed ‘over’ the total. Those shootouts were a complete reversal of what we witnessed the previous five seasons, in which these teams produced five straight ‘unders’ and an average of just 26.4 points per game. (Yes, you read that right: in five seasons they combined for just 26.4 points per game.)
Florida State Seminoles at Miami Hurricanes Football Betting Odds
Miami is a healthy six-point favorite in this game, according to the latest college football lines, but that number is actually down from an open of the Hurricanes at -7.0. The total on this game is 48.5.
Florida State Seminoles at Miami Hurricanes Betting Trends
‘Under’ is 5-1-1 in the last 7 meetings in Miami.
Underdog is 10-1 ATS in their last 11 meetings.
Road team is 4-0 ATS in their last 4 meetings.
Hurricanes are 2-5 ATS in their last 7 conference games.
Hurricanes are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games following an ATS win.
Seminoles are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games overall.
Seminoles are 2-6 ATS in their last 8 games following a S.U. win.
Seminoles are 2-7-1 ATS in their last 10 games following an ATS win.
Florida State Seminoles at Miami Hurricanes College Football Picks and Betting Predictions
Take the underdog. There is simply no reason not to. The underdog has been such a great wager and the games have been so closely contested over the last decade that catching six points in this game is a nice value. Miami might have a bit more talent on the roster from players 1-60, but I don’t see a significant disparity between the two programs. Certainly not enough to expect a blowout.
I also trust senior Christian Ponder for FSU much more than Miami’s Jacory Harris. Harris is basically the Rex Grossman of college football. (And that’s not a compliment.) Harris is a turnover dispenser and in a game that should be tight that can make all of the difference. Miami hasn’t been very good running the ball (No. 77) and if Florida State can make Miami one-dimensional then I think Harris will fold.
Robert Ferringo is a writer and a professional NFL and college football handicapper for Doc’s Sports. So far this year he has banked $5,000 in profit for his clients after back-to-back weeks of over $2,000 in profit. He has brought in nearly $10,000 in overall profit in all sports over the last two-plus months. He has a College Football Game of the Year on the card this week and he’s looking for more today. You can sign up for his college football and NFL picks and get more information here.
Most Recent College Football Handicapping
Old rivals collide in the Sunshine State in a game both teams are desperate to win as the Florida State Seminoles host the Miami Hurricanes. The fun gets started at 3:30 EST on Saturday, November 2 at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Florida. The game will be nationally televised on ABC.
Current odds list Florida State as 4.5-point favorites at home with an over/under of 47.5 points. Be sure to check out a full list of this week’s college football betting odds.
Florida State vs Miami Vegas Odds & Betting Predictions
It’s been up and down season for the Hurricanes, who head into November at 4-4. Just when you think Manny Diaz has Miami moving in the right direction with a win over Virginia, the Hurricanes suffer an embarrassing home defeat to Georgia Tech. Just when you were ready to write off Miami after that loss, they respond with a road win last week against Pitt.
As it stands, the Hurricanes need two wins from their final four games to reach a bowl game. Three of those four games will come on the road, so the path to a bowl is by no means easy. Of course, if Miami can win their final three ACC games, they might have a chance to win the crowded ACC Coastal division in which every team has at least two league losses heading into the final month of the season.
Florida State, meanwhile, enters this game with an identical 4-4 record after going through similar ups and downs. The Seminoles appeared to have found themselves after back-to-back ACC games against Louisville and NC State, only to lose back-to-back games to Clemson and Wake Forest. FSU was then able to get back on track last week with a 35-17 home win over Syracuse.
Unlike the Hurricanes, Florida State has no chance to reach the ACC Championship Game. That means the ‘Noles are focused solely on becoming bowl eligible after falling last year. FSU faces road trips to Boston College and Florida late in the year, although they should get an easy win against Alcorn State. Assuming they win that game, a win over Miami would be enough to send the Seminoles to a bowl game.
Of course, bowl games are of secondary importance when these two rivals get together. There has been an endless number of memorable moments between these teams over the years. With so many of the players on both sides knowing one another, the intensity in these games is always high.
Florida State Miami Betting Linebacker
Miami owns a slight lead in the all-time series after knocking off the Seminoles in each of the past two seasons. However, Florida State had rattled off seven straight wins over the Hurricanes prior to that, so it’s actually FSU that has dominated the rivalry this decade.
Free College Football Betting Selection: Miami +4.5
For the record, I favor Florida State a little more than Miami in this game. However, the last five games in this rivalry have been decided by five points or less. I can’t ignore that trend or the fact that both of these teams have been wildly unpredictable this season. That makes me think the best bet here is taking the underdog and the points.
Adding to the mystery and mayhem in this game is the fact that both teams are in the midst of quarterback changes. In fairness, things are a little more settled at Florida State. Alex Hornibrook replaced James Blackman as the starter against Syracuse and was solid if unspectacular. Blackman got in the game, although Hornibrook did nothing to lose the starting job, so I expect the Wisconsin grad transfer to start against Miami.
Florida State Miami Betting Lineup
Meanwhile, who starts for the Hurricanes this week is anybody’s guess. N’Kosi Perry has started the last three games but was dreadful last week and was eventually benched. Jarren Williams, who was benched after throwing three interceptions against Virginia Tech, ended up throwing the game-winning touchdown in the final minute to beat Pitt. Either one could end up starting against FSU and the chances are probably good that the leash will be short for the starter.
Amidst the quarterback problems for each team, both Florida State and Miami have started to play much better on defense in recent weeks. The Hurricanes went on the road and held Pitt without a touchdown last week. They also pitched a second-half shutout against Georgia Tech and held Virginia to only nine points. Even the 42 points they gave up against Virginia Tech is a little misleading because the Miami offense turned it over five times while the defense allowed less than 350 total yards.
As for Florida State, the Seminoles have allowed 24 points or less against every ACC opponent outside of Clemson. FSU stood tall at the goal line against Wake Forest, allowing just one touchdown and forcing the Demon Deacons to settle for five field goals. Plus, both touchdowns they allowed last week came in the fourth quarter after the Seminoles had built a comfortable lead.
If I had to guess, I’d say that Florida State and Miami are going to give us an ugly, low-scoring game. Things could easily turn one way or another on a defensive touchdown given how mistake-prone quarterbacks on both sides can be at times. In the end, taking Miami and the points seems like the safest bet. The chances are good this ends up being a field goal game, so I’m not that confident in Florida State covering 4.5 points, even if the Seminoles win.