Maryland v. Virginia over the total

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JinnRikki

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Unlike last night I believe the total will go past 44-45 or whatever it is by game time. Watching the game last night the coaches were not inclined to try field goals electing to go for it on 4th down. Due to that I think I was lucky in covering the under 57 last night(that and the fact Marshalls offense was pitiful). I think there will be turnovers in the kicking game due to the wind which will set up short drives or scores. Just a hunch but I think it goes over a low total for a Thursday night NCAA game.
 

ProphetablePicks

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be careful with this one. a few weeks ago MD played in a 7-3 game on a Thursday night.Also if anything wind will help the under as their will not be as many balls in the air especially long ones.Rain could add to the possibility of fumbles but high winds normally means low scoring games. good luck.
 

HacheMan

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In my opinion, bad weather increasing the chances of turnovers are meaningless. Just as in a regular, perfect weather game, turnovers could help you, or hurt you, it just all depends on what side your on. If you have the over, fumbles or interceptions deep in enemy territory when a team is threatening to score, obviously hurts you, but helps if you are on the under, and vice~versa, if a team turns the ball over deep in their own territory providing scoring opportunities for the opponent, it helps if you have the over, but hurts if you have the under. It's all luck in the end.........
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