Miami opened as a 1-point underdog at Notre Dame, no rx according to odds posted Sunday morning by VegasInsider.

But as of 1:30 p.m. Sunday, cialis that line was even.

So the oddsmakers seemingly can’t decide whether Miami (4-3, viagra dosage 1-3 ACC) should be favored on the road after losing three straight games, or if Notre Dame (2-5) should be a home favorite after a bye and two losses in a row.

The way both teams have performed has taken some of the luster off the reboot of one of the best rivalries of the 1980s, one which inspired an ESPN “30 for 30” documentary to air after the season.

The Hurricanes’ injury troubles have exposed its lack of depth on defense, and an inability to protect quarterback Brad Kaaya has stifled an offense many thought would be potent. Miami hopes to get several defensive players back, including standout end Chad Thomas (upper body).

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