The Michigan State Spartans will host the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday October 29, 2016 for week 9 of college football season. Betting odds are already available at Bovada Sportsbook, where you can get a 50% welcome bonus.
Michigan is road favorite with a point spread of -24.5. Over under betting line is set at 54 points.
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Michigan comes from a seventh consecutive victory, at home against Illinois with a score of 41-8. Bets on the Fighting Illini covered the point spread as +39.5 underdogs with the combined score going under the betting odds of 51.5 points. QB Wilton Speight passed for 253 yards and 2 touchdowns. RB Karan Higdon rushed for 106 yards and a touchdown while WR Amara Darboh had 99 receiving yards. Michigan has a record of 7-0 along a record against the football spread of 4-3.
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Michigan State suffered a fifth straight loss, on the road against Maryland 17-28 on the scoreboard. Wagers on the Terrapins covered the point spread of as +3 underdogs with the total score going under the betting line of 49 points. QB Brian Lewerke threw for 156 yards and an interception, he also rushed for 79 yards. RB LJ Scott rushed for 128 yards and a touchdown. Michigan State is currently 2-5 overall together with an ATS record of 1-6.
These teams last met on October 17, 2015 when the Wolverines on the road defeated the Spartans with a score of 27-23. Bets on MSU covered the point spread as +7 underdogs while the game went over the odds of 42.5 points.
- Wolverines are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games in October.
- Spartans are 0-4-1 ATS in their last 5 conference games.
- Spartans are 0-4 ATS in their last 4 home games.
- Under is 4-1 in Spartans last 5 games overall.
- Under is 5-2 in the last 7 meetings.
TV: ESPN, 12:00 PM ET
Where: Spartan Stadium, East Lansing, MI
Prediction: Michigan wins 35-17
Free Betting Pick: Spartans +24.5
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