Entering last weekend, there were the seven teams left in college football without a win against the spread all year. Five covered and UTEP didn't play, leaving the Miners and Old Dominion as the only teams in college football without a win against the spread.
Meanwhile, Central Michigan remained the lone unbeaten against the number (6-0-1) after drubbing Buffalo 51-14.
Virginia’s Mike London entered the season on perhaps college football’s hottest seat. Many felt that if the Cavaliers did not pull off an upset over UCLA, Notre Dame or Boise State that London would be gone.
For the first time in five years, the Pittsburgh Panthers (5-1) are nationally ranked following a school record 56-yard field goal late in the fourth quarter from Chris Blewitt to beat Georgia Tech last Saturday, 31-28.
The last time the Miami Hurricanes hosted a top-10 opponent at Sun Life Stadium, things did not go according to plan. In 2014, after leading No. 3 Florida State 23-10 at halftime, the Hurricanes blew their lead and lost to the Seminoles 30-26.