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Michigan Wolverines vs. Indiana Hoosiers Prop Bets February 26

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Feb/26/2021

The Michigan Wolverines vs. Indiana Hoosiers game features a line of Wolverines -8, which is an overlay of 1.5.  Michigan has covered this spread in the last six games versus Indiana and this is a Hoosiers team that is sitting around the .500 mark. The Wolverines are 14-5-1 Against The Spread in their last 20 games following a straight up win of more than 20 points.

Sunday afternoon's rivalry game, which Michigan won 92-87, drew an average of 2.63 million viewers, the largest audience of the season so far.

It was billed as the first-ever top-five matchup between Ohio State and Michigan in their storied histories.

Ohio could not secure its eighth win in a row.

Freshman center Hunter Dickinson led Michigan with 22 points, and four of his teammates scored in double-figures.

The Wolverines pay $450 for every $100 bet to win the 2021 NCAA Men's College Basketball Championship.

Prop Bets (Live)

Michigan @ Indiana Sat, Feb 27, 2021 EST 

Rot First To Score 20 Points Moneyline
2503 Michigan     -220
2504 Indiana     +180
 
Rot Last To Score Moneyline
2507 Michigan     -115
2508 Indiana     -115
OT included
Rot Double Result Moneyline
2510 Michigan - Michigan     -200
2511 Tie - Michigan     +1500
2512 Indiana - Michigan     +450
2513 Michigan - Indiana     +900
2514 Tie - Indiana     +3800
2515 Indiana - Indiana     +450
 
Rot Winning Margin Moneyline
2525 Michigan to win by 1-2 pts     +900
2526 Michigan to win by 3-6 pts     +400
2527 Michigan to win by 7-9 pts     +500
2528 Michigan to win by 10-13 pts     +400
2529 Michigan to win by 14-16 pts     +700
2530 Michigan to win by 17-20 pts     +700
2531 Michigan to win by 21 or more pts     +500
2532 Indiana to win by 1-2 pts     +1300
2533 Indiana to win by 3-6 pts     +850
2534 Indiana to win by 7-9 pts     +1800
2535 Indiana to win by 10-13 pts     +2000
2536 Indiana to win by 14-16 pts     +3800
2537 Indiana to win by 17-20 pts     +5500
2538 Indiana to win by 21 or more pts     +5000

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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