Michigan more than Ohio State’s weaker TD – Macomb Daily : Post Mich

It’s not much bigger than Saturday’s game #3 Michigan vs #2 Ohio.

The two rivals enter Columbus at 11-0.

The title of Big Ten East is at stake.

At stake is probably a playoff fight.

Michigan snapped an eight-game losing streak to Ohio State last year in Ann Arbor, but the Wolverines haven’t won in Columbus since 2000.

Bookmakers don’t expect the streak to end this weekend.

For more odds and information on the Michigan Wolverines, visit PlayMichigan.com.

Wolverines more than the weaker TD

According to the bookmakers, the Wolverines are more than an underdog touchdown away to Ohio State.

Most Michigan bookmakers list Ohio as the favorite for Saturday’s clash with the Wolverines with a margin of 7.5 points.

For those wanting to know Michigan’s odds of winning, DraftKings Sportsbook lists Michigan at +240 to win. This means you would bet $100 to win an extra $240 if Michigan won the game.

Ohio State is listed at -285 to win. This means you would have to bet $285 to win an extra $100 if Ohio State won outright.

The total over/under of Saturday’s game is 57 points at most bookmakers.

Both teams are 11-0 all season long. Michigan is 6-4-1 against the spread while Ohio is 5-5-1 against the spread.

Despite recent struggles, Michigan still holds an all-time record of 59-51-6 against the Buckeyes.

Corum state key for the state of Michigan

Michigan’s excellent season was jeopardized last weekend against Illinois.

Losing 17-10 to Illini in the fourth quarter, the Wolverines hit three field goals in the final quarter to win 19-17. This includes a 35-yard field goal from Jake Moody in the final seconds.

While Michigan was victorious, they had star defenseman Blake Corum suffering a knee injury that kept him out for much of the second half.

Corum garnered 1,457 yards and 18 touchdowns that season. Oddsmakers in FanDuel Sportsbook trade Corum for +2000 to win the Heisman Trophy this season. While the odds are high, he is third in the odds race with USC’s Caleb Williams (-130) and Ohio State’s CJ Stroud (+110).


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