CBS Sports Rick Neuheisel and Aaron Taylor Notre Dame will beat Miami on Saturday

Notre Dame is superior on both sides of scrimmage, said Neuheisel. They run the ball extremely welldefensively I think (coordinator) Mike Elko has been an unbelievable breath of fresh air on that side of the football.

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I think the difference in this game is Notre Dames offensive line and that run game led byJosh Adams, Taylor said. They are physical on both sides of the football. (Im a) little bit worried about Miami defensivelyI think their luck runs out when the Irish comes to town.

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The predictions continue to flood in for one of the most anticipated matchups of Week 10. Miami and Notre Dame square off in a game with major College Football Matchup ramifications.

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A huge Saturday night showdown awaits as Notre Dame visits Miami at Hard Rock Stadium.

The Fighting Irish are looking to maintain their spot in the Top 4 in what could be its most significant remaining challenge left on the schedule. The Hurricanes are hoping to make their own case for a Top 4 slot and might be able to get there with a win at home.

A pair of CBS Sports analysts feel that the former will take place. Former NCAA head coach Rick Neuheisel and ex-Notre Dame offensive lineman Aaron Taylor see the game going the Irishs way on Saturday at Hard Rock Stadium.

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