Kickoff from “The Big House” is set for 3:30 PM. Dating back to 2000, the Badgers have gone 5-0-1 against the football betting line versus their Big 10 rivals; it’s also worth noting that the ‘under’ cashed in five of those six games as well.
Badgers fans have a legitimate gripe about the fact that Wisconsin dropped a spot in the AP Poll to #9 after going on the road and knocking off the then 25th ranked Fresno State Bulldogs two weeks ago. Many football betting fanatics were hopeful of a Fresno State upset, but the Badgers weren’t going to be denied.
Wisconsin covered the two-point spread on the NCAA betting line behind 112 rushing yards from RB PJ Hill and a stifling defensive effort that held the Bulldogs to just one touchdown. It all added up to a 13-10 victory for the Badgers. Wisconsin comes into its first B10 contest of the season 13th in the nation in rushing yards churning out 238.7 per game.
NCAA football betting fans who have been behind Rich Rodriguez and the Wolverines are still waiting for their first victory of the season against the closing football betting line. Two weeks ago, Big Blue went into Notre Dame to clash with the Fighting Irish. It was a disaster start for Michigan, who fell behind 21-0 in the 1st quarter in Notre Dame Stadium.
Though they settled down and made a bit of a comeback, the hole was too deep to dig out of to pick up the come-from-behind victory; the scoreboard read 35-17 Irish at the games conclusion.
For a coach touted as an offensive guru, Rodriguez has had absolutely no success early in 2008. Michigan ranks 106th in the nation in total yards, and is 100th in the land by averaging 18.7 points per game. Oddsmakers have opened Wisconsin as 5-point favorites in this Big 10 clash, but sports bettors have pushed the line up to 6.5.
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