Miami Florida vs Louisville Prediction

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Saturday, December 28, 2013, 2013 6:45 PM ET

R.J. Jackson: Miami +3

Rodney Blaze: Miami +3

Roland Morehouse: Lou -3

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13 Comments

  1. SharpNation

    December 17, 2013 at 9:32 pm

    Miami uses their Orange Bowl and Sugar Bowl, etc., trophies AS DOOR STOPS….when you get a national championship in football, then come talk to us….this TINY, PRIVATE UNIVERSITY with only 14,000 students, unfunded other than by donations, makes the rest of you hillbilly schools look sick between football and baseball CWS national championships….yeah, you’re good in BB every year….as for football, forget it..you’ll never win a NC, even if you continue to TRY to recruit South Florida for all of your good players…Al Golden will soon have a wall over Miami Dade County, Broward and even Palm Beach…you can have the LEFTOVERS….!!

  2. SharpNation

    December 17, 2013 at 9:32 pm

    Hurricanes time to payback Bridgewater for not playing for his hometown team. Louisville is only good because about 6-7 of their 10 best players are born in Miami lol.

    BTW UCF beat Louisville and in that game, Storm Johnson(UCF RB) killed them for about 200 yards of offense and he was on this Hurricanes team but left because we had so many better RBs and his dad knew he would get no playing time. If he did that, our current players should do it too.

  3. SharpNation

    December 17, 2013 at 9:32 pm

    Whether you’re a louisville fan, miami fan or fan of another team weighing in on this bowl matchup, one thing is for sure… Scott Borders is going to comment on your opinion with pro-louisville-anti-you sentiment and offer as much insight on the matchup as ranked teams on louisville’s schedule… ZERO lol.

    Scott Borders is going to view your facebook profile to see if he can determine who your team is to then make disparaging off topic remarks about your team as if that somehow relates to a Miami Louisville bowl game in 2013 lol.

    If you think Miami will beat Louisville Scott Borders will respond with well UK sucks stop trolling or UCF will get blown out by baylor as if somehow that negates the fact Miami will beat Louisville lol

    But if you speak highly of Louisville and how the ACC isn’t ready, Scott Borders will simply like your post then wait for the next comment that doesn’t express biased devotion for an overrated football program about to receive a reality check and pounce.

    Now there are others just like Scott Borders, not only for Louisville but every team including my team and your team has its dozens of Scott Borders, but I thought I was going to go back and forth with true sports fans that provide insight as to why they disagree with me as opposed to just ranting because they don’t like that I think their team will lose.

    Now I believe based on Louisville’s lack of competition and Miami’s strength of competition it’s much easier to give Miami the edge in this game especially how poorly Louisville and Bridgewater have looked since losing to UCF. Bridgewater will be the best player on the field but the next 11 will be Miami players. Now if someone picking Louisville in this one cares to provide an insightful rebuttal that is relating to this matchup I’d certainly be inclined to partake in an intelligent back and forth. (This means NOT YOU Scott Borders lol)

  4. SharpNation

    December 17, 2013 at 9:32 pm

    I am a Louisville fan and I agree completely that Louisville has looked very mediocre since their loss to UCF. I believe at that time they realized they had no chance of playing in a BCS again and the spirit, drive, or whatever you want to call it was gone. This game has some significant importance to them, Bridgewater is going to play well having many fans from his home town there. I also see Louisville playing well due to this being their so called first ACC game. I also know that Louisville played no one this year and should have beat UCF ( gave up a 21 point lead ). I truly belive that Louisville could beat any team in the country when they come together like last years Sugar Bowl victory. I have a lot of respect for the U and think this will be a very good game, no bow outs here. Louisville fans and myself do get tired of hearing how overrated we are and how we are going back to the cellar as some have said once bridgewater leaves. It is easy to build defenses from all the trash we get on a regular basis. Not an excuse just an opinion.

  5. SharpNation

    December 17, 2013 at 9:32 pm

    Obsessed much? I guess I have a stalker! Let’s see you’re from Lexington… don’t need to view anyone’s FB to figure out who you root for. IF you notice I only respond to the inept, and ignorant… looks like you can count yourself as both. People that know something about sports and have something smart to say, regardless of whom they root for… I either don’t respond, or engage in a tactful, respectful debate. What does that tell you about yourself. You have Jane Ls chiming in… the biggest troll on here. Learn some context before you think you know what is going on, and look up the definition of a troll. Do me a favor and try not to be so sensitive, it makes you look kind of pathetic, I’m only here to educate the ignorant.

  6. SharpNation

    December 17, 2013 at 9:32 pm

    After reading a lot of these comments it appears everybody is posting for the sole purpose to piss the other team’s fans off. As a UM student I’ll be the first to say I love my Canes and can’t wait for the RAB. Golden has done a hella-of-a job bringing back our program in the midst of the NCAA attempting to do everything in their power (including illegal methods) to destroy the program and recruiting efforts for 3 years. Charlie Strong has also done an extremely good job at Louisville making them nationally relevant when BBall is what they are famous for. But there is just no point bringing up History because 5>0 last time I checked but this game has nothing to do with history so lets stop comparing schools in useless ways and show a little class….both UM and UL fans.

  7. SharpNation

    December 17, 2013 at 9:32 pm

    these message board make my head hurt.. I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO THIS GAME.. think both schools will show up and it could be a 10 game either direction.. I just hope the city of Orlando has lost f cold beer.. And cane fans are thirsty too.. this is supposed to be a fun trip. Enjoy each others trash talking in a fun way.. sit down and have a drink in Orlando.. and every one have a blast.. I think they should have a trophy for this game next year..CALL IT THE SWAGGER TROPHY !!! cause both fan bases are passionate about there schools.. and south beach likes to party.. and we throw a party in the ville it may last a week… i think this is going to be fun..

  8. SharpNation

    December 17, 2013 at 9:32 pm

    It’s pretty funny listening to these Cards fans…one would think that they had won something IN FOOTBALL….they have never won a national championship….they’re 1-9-1 against Miami, yet to hear them talk, they’re all cocky acting like THEY’RE the school with the rich football history. I know that Kentucky is well known for their INBREEDS, but I didn’t think they were all retarded or as dumb as they are proving that they are. As for the attendance jokes, people just can’t seem to get it into their heads that MIAMI IS NOT A COLLEGE ONLY TOWN….what on God’s green earth are you going to do in places like L-ville, Gainesville, Tally, etc., etc., where the ONLY SHOW IN TOWN is the university…..add to that the fact that Miami is the only Division One school who plays their home games 20 miles from their campus and the students actually have to be bused in and yes, the attendance is not as good as it should be….BUT, bring in a top team and the fans will go full strength……L-ville will see what A LOT of UM fans look like in Orlando with the ones driving up from the Miami area and all the alum who live in and around Orlando…..again, what are the L-ville football fans SO COCKY ABOUT? They beat UM one time….big whoop….one inbreed was talking about a Sugar Bowl trophy….HELLO – UM uses non national championship trophies as door stops to the football coaches door! I guess when you’re a hillbilly, it’s pretty much all you have…………and boy, are they ever hillbillies…..!! GO CANES……..if UCF scored 38 on their defense….UM, what are they going to do vs UM….and, DORSETT is back for this game…..!!!

  9. SharpNation

    December 17, 2013 at 9:33 pm

    This will be a shootout granted we (miami) can avoid slow start. We can score on anyone at anytime even in the absence Duke Johnson. On the flip side, we can’t stop anyone with our anemic pass rush and horrendous run d. If you have to cover a receiver longer that 4-5 seconds, you’re in trouble. Miami 38-35 if we play any kind of defense or can force a couple turnovers. Louisville 40- 21 if we come out slow. Any true Miami fan will agree. #RealisticFANatic

  10. SharpNation

    December 17, 2013 at 9:33 pm

    Should be a good game. If Louisvilles OC lets Teddy have a some freedom in the passing game I would say Louisvile’s a lock. However, the Lville staff has said they wanted a “pro style” attack which has comletely slowed down their greatest weapon (Teddy) and made them an average college football team. If they are willing to use the pass to set up the run they will be fine. If they fall back on the 1965 way of thinking, aka using the run to set up the pass, they may find themselves in a lot of trouble.

    Lville 27
    TheU 21

  11. SharpNation

    December 17, 2013 at 9:33 pm

    Why don’t u actually try looking up stats before u spew stupid garbage out of your mouth Louisville fans. Miami has never averaged more than 70k fans for any year in our history so why anyone would expect it now is utterly ridiculous. Also Louisville has NEVER averaged more than 53k a year…so go ahead and talk about how you will bring more fans and our fans won’t show up, but the fact of the matter is we average more fans than you do. It wasn’t until 2010 that u broke the 50k avg for a year..oh and prior to that u never averaged more than 42k…so please don’t try and jab at Miami about attendance morons. Even in our bad years we averaged more than your school did at it’s height, prior to 2010. It was just 2009 when your team averaged a LOWLY 32.8k. The last time Miami even came close to that or below was back in 1982.

  12. SharpNation

    December 17, 2013 at 9:33 pm

    I know being a fan of the u, you are not a fan of the NCAA but try their website. Louisville’s attendance dwindled after Petrino left and while Kragthorpe was there, but we were still only a few thousand from capacity. Strong has sold the stadium out every year since he has been there and it was expanded. We are now getting ready to expand again. Last years attendance was 52,914 and one of the largest increases in the NCAA and the highest number I could find from an official source for the u is 47,719 and that was taken from Miami’s website. For a place that seats 76,000 that’s not real good. For a city that has an area population of about 5 million compared to The Villes of about 1.3 million, that is abysmal. The more I read this tripe on here, the more I need to check and see if I wondered to a WV site

  13. SharpNation

    December 17, 2013 at 9:33 pm

    Joe Bishop The official Miami website doesn’t actually have this years attendance posted, so the 47k is from last year; learn how to read moron. While I do agree with you that our attendance “should” be higher, it simply isn’t and I don’t think for one second that a team is or should be judged based on fan attendance. My comment is simply showing you that throughout our history our attendance has never been stellar, yet still better than yours. So talk all this Charlie Strong crap all you want and act like the past doesn’t mean anything, but the fact of the matter is we have averaged more fans than you have this year and yet that seems to be all any Louisville fan wants to bring up. So please find a different argument other than attendance, because if that is all you can muster to as a jab against our team then it tells me everything you feel about your own team; which isn’t much.

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