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Michigan Wolverines 2018 College Football Win Loss Odds Prediction

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Aug/06/2018

The Michigan Wolverines win/loss odds for the 2018 College Football season have the team total at UNDER 9.5 -145. The OVER was priced at +115. Their odds were at 12/1 odds of winning the College Football Championship.

2018 Schedule Michigan Wolverines

Sept. 1 at Notre Dame
Sept. 8 Western Michigan
Sept. 15 SMU
Sept. 22 Nebraska
Sept. 29 at Northwestern
Oct. 6 Maryland
Oct. 13 Wisconsin
Oct. 20 at Michigan State
Oct. 27 OPEN DATE
Nov. 3 Penn State
Nov. 10 at Rutgers
Nov. 17 Indiana
Nov. 24 at Ohio State

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Prediction

After Notre Dame, five of their next six games are played at home.  The Irish could be tough, but worse are games on the road against the Spartans and Buckeyes.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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