This highly anticipated confrontation Ohio Stateprolific v Michiganimposing defense. Ohio State leads the nation in yards per game with an average of 7.39 yards per game; Michigan allows the second fewest yards per game on the ground at 4.10. Don’t expect much from the Buckeyes on the ground against the Wolverines’ rugged front seven; The main showdown will be elite receivers Ryan Day against spunky secondary defensive coordinator Jesse Minter.
On the other side of the ball, the question is whether Michigan’s passing game can finally fire on all cylinders and hit some big plays. It seems doubtful you’ll suddenly find that extra gear late in the season, so expect Ohio State to load up against Michigan’s solid running game.
Michigan vs Ohio odds
Michigan straight up record: 11-0
Michigan vs. Spread Record: 6-4-1
Ohio State Record: 11-0
Clemson v. Spread Record: 5-5-1
Don’t place a bet on this game until it’s close to kicking off, after you’ve had a chance to see who’s available. Both teams are placed in key positions, most notably running back (both), as well as tight end for the Wolverines Luke Schoonmaker And a defensive line Undefined.
The Buckeyes can and probably will win, but the Wolverines can cover.