Spread on the Michigan vs. Iowa Game: Hawkeyes 8-2-1 ATS Last 11 vs. Big Ten

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Tyrone Black
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Spread on the Michigan vs. Iowa Game – January 17

The spread on the Michigan vs. Iowa game was -7.5 favoring Iowa overnight.

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Both teams have 13 wins apiece on the season thus far.  Iowa has gone 10-5 Against The Spread, Michigan has gone 8-5 ATS.  The Hawkeyes are 9-0 at home this season. 

Iowa has won the last two games in this series.  Michigan won the two previous games.  Most telling is the home record in this series whereby the host won four of the last five.

Iowa will be looking to extend its longest Big Ten winning streak in 46 years when they could open in the conference 5-0 with their 11th straight victory.  Iowa is 8-2-1 ATS in their last 11 vs. Big Ten.

"The key will be to come out Sunday with the same focus and determination," head coach Fran McCaffery said following their huge win over MSU on Thursday. "We might not make nine (first-half) 3-pointers, but we have to do the other things we do to help our team win. We have the maturity and intelligence to make that happen."

Michigan, which went 12 for 29 from beyond the arc versus Maryland, ranks among the national leaders in 3-point field goals (186) and percentage (42.6). Iowa, however, is one of the best in the country guarding the 3-point line, holding opponents to 29.6 percent.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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