As expected, Pitt will enter its final game of the regular season against Miami as a double-digit underdog. Despite the game being played in Pittsburgh, the Panthers find themselves as 13 1⁄2 to 14-point underdogs in the game.
That’s not much of a surprise but some would argue that Pitt could be an even bigger underdog. After all, earlier this season the Panthers were nearly three-touchdown favorites to Penn State and, at the time, the Nittany Lions weren’t ranked as high as Miami is now.
The flipside is that Pitt also played well at Virginia Tech last week, nearly winning that game outright despite being a big underdog.
What do you think about the line? Should the Hurricanes be favored by more, less, or is it just about right?
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