Wisconsin vs. Michigan Betting Odds – Underdog 14-3 ATS in Series

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Feb/16/2017

Thursday night’s Wisconsin vs. Michigan betting odds had the Wolverines as a -2.5 home favorite though they are not ranked against a Badgers team that is number 10 in the nation.

Wisconsin vs. Michigan Betting Preview

Wisconsin is 21-4 Straight Up but sitting at the .500 mark Against The Spread.  They have failed to cover the spread in six of their last eight games.

Michigan is 16-9 Straight Up and four games below the .500 mark ATS.

Wisconsin has won seven of the last eight games in this series and five of the most recent meetings.  The underdog is 14-3 ATS in the last 17 meetings, and that just happens to be the Badgers for this one.

Wisconsin has lost both games where they were listed as an underdog this season. 

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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