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Can I bet on FanDuel From Michigan?

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Oct/08/2019

You are prohibited from placing bets on the FanDuel app from the state of Michigan as the company does not currently service this state.  BetOnline does accept bets from those in Michigan and offers up to a $1000 signup bonus (*conditions apply)

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Your Teams

Wolverines - Coming into Week 7, the Wolverines were at 40/1 odds to win the College Football Championship in 2020.   Gambling911.com does not expect that number to change much playing Illinois as a 21.5 road favorite.

The Bleacher Report writes of Michigan:

The all-time winningest program in the history of college football happens to also have arguably the most loyal fan base in the country.

The Maize and Blue fans are as legit as it gets, and while many look to the SEC for the kings of college football, the most loyal fanbase belongs to the Wolverines.

The Big House is electric, and there was not a more hostile and entertaining group of fans than the ones who witnessed Michigan's stunning win against Notre Dame in the first-ever night game last season.

Michigan means a lot to college football, and even when the team struggled in 2009 (finishing last in the Big Ten and winning just one game in-conference), there were no less than 106,000 fans at each and every home game.

It doesn’t matter what their record is; Michigan fans are the most loyal out there and will pull for their team through thick and thin.

Lions - The Lions are very much a contender in the NFC North with great value to boot.  As of October 8, 2019, they would pay out $700 for every $100 bet to win the division.  Green Bay, while leading, still has some question marks, especially surrounding the pass rush.

How to increase their playoff chances: "Fixing the pass rush. One of Detroit's biggest perceived strengths entering the season was its defensive line -- a group that has been hurt by injuries (Da'Shawn Hand, Mike Daniels) and that has three sacks combined. Some of the pressure is instead coming from linebackers, as Devon Kennard has three sacks, but the Lions need more pressure up front. With a secondary that might be among the league's best when healthy and an offense creeping toward balance, a pass rush could make Detroit one of the tougher teams in the NFC and vault it to a playoff berth in the league's most difficult division". -- ESPN.com’s Michael Rothstein

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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