The Buckeyes enter this game coming off a 34-21 win over Minnesota but two late Golden Gopher touchdowns cost the Buckeyes a cover against the college football line. Meanwhile, the Badgers are reeling after a 27-25 loss against Michigan in the Big House, a game that saw Wisconsin blow a 19-point halftime lead earning Rich Rodriguez his first Big 10 win.
Unfortunately for NCAA football betting fans, the Buckeyes have started the season poorly ATS and are well on their way to their first losing pointspread mark since 2003. QB Terrelle Pryor has taken over the starting job from Todd Boeckman and showed his versatility in picking up 167 total yards and three total touchdowns last week against the Gophers.
RB Chris “Beanie” Wells has returned strong from his injury, rushing 14 times for 106 yards in the win. When these two teams met last season, the Buckeye defense came up in a big way, sacking QB Tyler Donovan ten times in Ohio St’s 38-17 victory that covered the 16-point NCAA betting line.
The Badgers are in the rare spot of being a home underdog for only the third time since 2004. In their previous two games as a home pup, the Badgers not only covered, but won both games outright for college football gamblers who grabbed a piece of them on the moneyline.
RB PJ Hill has once again been a monster on the ground for the Badgers averaging 112 YPG and reaching the end zone four times this season. If the Badgers hope to win, QB Allen Evridge will have to do better than his performance against Michigan, where his four turnovers cost the Badgers a SU victory and any hope of a win against the NCAA football betting odds.
Current College football odds find the Buckeyes sitting as two-point road favorites in this game.
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