Clemson vs. Miami odds, line: 2020 college football picks, predictions from model on 20-3 run

Top-10 ACC teams clash on Saturday when the No. 7 Miami (FL) Hurricanes take on the top-ranked Clemson Tigers. Both teams have taken care of business on their way to 3-0 marks. Miami is coming off three straight wins of 13 or more points, including a 52-10 thrashing of Florida State last week. Clemson has three consecutive wins of 18 points or more, including a 41-23 triumph over Virginia last Saturday.

Kickoff from Memorial Stadium in Clemson, S.C., is set for 7:30 p.m. ET. The Hurricanes lead the all-time series 6-5, including a 2-0 mark in games played at Clemson. The Tigers are 14-point favorites in the latest Clemson vs. Miami odds from William Hill, while the over-under for total points scored is set at 62.5. Before making any Miami vs. Clemson picks, check out the college football predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.

The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every

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Miami grad gives $20M gift for new campus building

A new building is coming to Miami University’s Oxford campus courtesy of one of the largest financial donations in the school’s history.



a group of people standing in front of a building: Miami University officials announced Monday a $20 million donation from a 1981-graduate and now business executive will create a new building on the Oxford campus by 2023. The Richard M. McVey Data Science Building will be named in the donor's honor. (Provided PhotoJournal-News)


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Miami University officials announced Monday a $20 million donation from a 1981-graduate and now business executive will create a new building on the Oxford campus by 2023. The Richard M. McVey Data Science Building will be named in the donor’s honor. (Provided PhotoJournal-News)

Miami officials announced a $20 million gift from a graduate now high-profile business executive to build a data science building scheduled to open in 2023.

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The $20 million gift from Rick McVey – a 1981 Miami graduate – will lead to the creation of the Richard M. McVey Data Science Building in his honor.

The 85,000-square foot building, which will begin construction next year, will be located along Tallawanda(CQ) Road on the Oxford campus near Withrow Hall

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Why Miami Could Be The Next Fashion Capital Of The US

Miami’s renaissance over the past decade has been city-wide: the rise of Wynwood, the Design District, Art Basel, the expansion of Midtown and Brickell, and the development of buzzy new design hotels like Life House and Palihouse. It’s an alchemy that has shifted the city’s reputation and tourism footprint from the garish South Beach party scene, to a world-renowned art and design hub. As a result, the fashion community is following suit. The onset of Miami-based emerging designers continues to see an uptick, with local boutiques like Volver, Antidote and Mrs. Mandolin supporting them. Without succumbing to the pressures of the fast fashion cycle, Miami provides an opportunity for creative communities and sustainable fashion brands to grow at a more sustainable pace. And as the fashion industry continues to embrace the slow fashion movement, Miami might be a compelling alternative for new designers looking to make

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Why FiveThirtyEight’s model favors the Miami Heat over the Los Angeles Lakers.

Jimmy Butler and Andre Iguodala of the Miami Heat celebrate together.
A computer loves these guys.
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When the NBA season started, the Miami Heat had 60-to-1 odds to win the championship, making them the 14th-most-likely team to win it all. Needless to say, a lot has happened since then. The Sonic the Hedgehog movie was delayed. Donald Trump was impeached. The Sonic the Hedgehog movie was released. But after nearly a full calendar year of Sonic- and non-Sonic-related tumult, the long shots from South Beach are within striking distance of winning the NBA Finals.

On Monday, the William Hill sportsbook listed the Heat as +320 underdogs while the Lakers were -400 favorites. That means you’d make $320 on a $100 bet on the Heat to win it all, while you’d have to wager $400 on the Lakers to win $100. Miami star Jimmy Butler disagrees with those odds.

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Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat challenge the LeBron James superteam model

When Leonard made his power move last offseason, signing with the Los Angeles Clippers and convincing Paul George to force a monster trade to join him, the two-time Finals MVP was hailed as the competitor who balanced the league. He had no interest in joining LeBron James and Anthony Davis to form a superteam with the Los Angeles Lakers. He wanted to battle them, for L.A. and the Larry O’Brien Trophy. But his merge-with-a-peer approach was actually more of the same in this NBA era of nomadic superstars. Meanwhile, Butler was just an oddball, roving franchise player in search of something indecipherable.

Well, you can decipher what he was searching for now.

Butler left a young, star-studded cast in Philadelphia for a gritty Miami squad that didn’t make the playoffs in 2019. It seemed to be change for the sake of change. In reality, it was the genius decision of

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