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What The Line Should Really Be On The Rutgers vs. Michigan Week 4 Game

Written by:
Tony Caliente
Published on:
Sep/23/2021

The Wolverines are a -20.5 favorite hosting Rutgers Saturday.  BetOnline is offering a generous welcome bonus (max bonus $1000)

Gambling911.com has a line of -13 on this game.  Michigan is getting around 65% of the action on the spread.  The line has generally moved from -18 to -21.  Both teams look to go 4-0 both Straight Up and Against The Spread.

Rutgers 3-0 for first time since 2012.  Noah Vedral threw for two touchdowns and Isaih Pacheco ran for two more as the Scarlet Knights defeated Delaware 45-13 Saturday.

"It's the little things; the little things," said Vedral, who was 21 of 25 for 323 yards. "We were close here and we were close there, kind of keeping us from kind of reaching this explosive potential that we always felt we had. So really big day for us to kind of put the pieces together and to see it come together on the field."

Michigan demolished Northern Illinois this past weekend, 63-10.

The Wolverines (3-0) scored touchdowns on their first nine drives, eight of them on the ground. The 10th drive also included a touchdown run, but it was called back for a holding penalty and Michigan turned the ball over on downs. The Wolverines never punted.

"We were really, really good today, but we know there's always room to improve," said Blake Corum, who rushed for 125 yards and three touchdowns. "When we say we want to play a perfect game, that means going through today's film and fix all of those small mistakes."

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