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NCAA Football Wagering - Michigan at Indiana

NCAA football wagering handicappers will get to see if Michigan can extend their 4 game winning streak in a college football betting online matchup at Indiana.
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NCAA football wagering excitement is growing for Michigan as they have won their first 4 college football betting online matchups while scoring 3 payouts.

Sports-Gambling opened with the Michigan Wolverines as 10.5 point favorites over the Indiana Hoosiers with kickoff on ESPNU set for 3:35 PM on Saturday.

Michigan closed out their non-conference season with a 65-21 home win over Bowling Green as 25 point home favorites.  The Wolverines had a bit of a scare as superstar quarterback Denard Robinson had to leave the game with a mild left knee injury but he is expected to start at Indiana.

Robinson has emerged as a leading Heisman Trophy candidate as he has been the sparkplug to a Michigan offense that is ranked 2nd in the nation for total yards.  Robinson leads the Wolverines with 688 yards and an 8.7 yards per carry average with 6 touchdowns.

On the passing end of the game he has connected on 71% of his passes for 9.1 yards per attempt with a 4/1 touchdown to interception ratio.  He has completely transformed Michigan into a bona fide Big Ten contender with the NCAA odds.

The Michigan defense continues to be a liability however as defensive coordinator Greg Robinson is under fire for a unit that ranks 93rd in the country.  If Michigan is to truly mount a challenge to Big Ten favorite Ohio State they must improve significantly now the conference play has started.

The Indiana Hoosiers have a record of 3-0 straight up and 2-1 with the NCAA football odds.  Indiana is coming off a 35-20 win over Akron as 23 point home favorites.

The Hoosiers have the 11th ranked passing attack in the country as quarterback Ben Chappell has completed 72% of his passes for a 9.1 yards per attempt average with a 9/0 TD/INT ratio.  Darius Willis balances out the attack with a 4.8 yards per carry average.

The Hoosiers rank 92nd against the run which is worrisome against Robinson and the Wolverines.

Last year Indiana nearly upset Michigan in a 36-33 loss as 18.5 point road dogs.  Michigan had covered the 4 previous NCAA football wagering matchups in the series.