Michigan over INDIANA by 10
In what was the first ever game played at night between the Wolves and Spartans last week, Michigan fell as 13-point home chalk despite holding little brother to 14 points and 252 yards of offense – marking the 5th straight game this season in which Jim Harbaugh’s defense has held an opponent to season-low yardage (FYI: this would project to IU gaining 317 or fewer yards this week). However, despite the statistical support, we still can’t go all in on the road with a Wolves team that dances with pair of quarterbacks that literally have two left feet, or one that is a very average 5-4 SU and 3-6 ATS since late last season. Nonetheless, we simply can’t make a case for a Hoosiers’ squad that is in Game Six when playing a conference foe since 2008, 1-4 ATS before facing Michigan State and an unprepared 6-16 ATS with rest during the regular season since the mid-90’s. Thus, we’ll look for Michigan to show some mettle today in Bloomington and improve to 6-1 ATS in Game Six affairs.