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Michigan-Indiana Line Week 7 has Wolverines Opening at -6.5

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Oct/10/2017

The Michigan vs. Indiana betting line for Week 7 College Football action has the Wolverines as a -6.5 visiting favorite.

5Dimes opened this game with a -7 line, brought it down to -5.5 but the public appeared to be pounding the Wolverines.  That forced the line back up throughout the day Monday. 

Bookmaker likewise, dipped to -5 after opening at -6 and has since brought the line back up to -6.5.

Wynn in Vegas actually opened the number at -7.5 and has brought it down to -5.5 (then back up to -6).

Indeed around 75% of the early action was on Michigan here.

Oddsmakers understand the line on this game should be Wolverines -8. 

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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