Where Can I Bet College Football Games Online From Michigan?

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Ean Lamb
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Michigan allows companies to operate in-state both sports betting and online casinos.  These businesses can offer apps with a list found here.  A wide range of betting is available on Michigan schools including the big ones: The Wolverines and Spartans.


Ohio State vs. Michigan

Two 10-1 teams face off in what has got to be one of the biggest College Football games of the season.

The line on this game opened at Buckeyes -6 and has moved to -7 pretty much everywhere.  The lone exceptions are Bovada and FanDuel with each featuring a line of -7.5.  Wynnbet was coming in at -8. 

Gambling911.com has a line of Buckeyes -5.5 so this one actually began with a half point overlay.

The victors claim the Big Ten East Division title, a spot in the conference championship game and a shot at being in the College Football Playoff. The loser falls out of Big Ten and national title contention and is left to wait for a second-tier bowl game invitation.

Players To Watch

Michigan: QB Cade McNamara. He beat out and has held off highly touted freshman J.J. McCarthy for the job by making plays and minimizing mistakes. Since throwing an interception in the team's only loss at then-No. 8 Michigan State last month, he has thrown seven TDs without an INT.

Check out BetAdrian's live in-play betting platform for this game here or simply place your bet on the winner.

Penn State vs. MSU

The Spartans can improve their chances of playing in a New Year’s Day bowl, and can also clinch a 10-win season for the first time since 2017. The Nittany Lions will look to enhance their bowl resume by defeating a ranked opponent for the third time this season. But they’ve lost their last three games against ranked opponents in No. 3 Iowa, No. 5 Ohio State and No. 6 Michigan.

Penn State is a -3.5 favorite and Gambling911.com says this one is right on the money

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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