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The Big Ten Conference Championship game this season features the Michigan Wolverines and Iowa Hawkeyes. The game will take place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Below, we have the three best prop bets for this matchup.
The over/under in this game is set to just 35 points, and the Wolverines are 22.5-point favorites. The Wolverines average 37.6 points per game, and this will be the first game with Jim Harbaugh back as head coach.
The Hawkeyes defense allows less than 20 points per game. Still, the Wolverines offense will get many opportunities for offensive drives and have many ways to score between their weapons and quarterback J.J. McCarthy and their running back room with Donovan Edwards and Blake Corum.
There’s no chance that Iowa scores 25 here. The bet you’re making here is whether the Wolverines reach 25 points.
Based on the total and the lack of offense from the Hawkeyes, don’t be shocked to see the Wolverines shut the Hawkeyes out and score close to their previous three-game average, which is 28.3 points per game.
The Wolverines will still score on this Hawkeyes defense.
Our stance on this game is that the Hawkeyes are at risk of getting shut out. With that, the Wolverines are 22.5-point favorites, and this prop's line is just one point more.
The Hawkeyes are 130th in passing yards per game and have no offensive firepower.
The Wolverines are averaging over 28 points per game in their last three and on a neutral field.
Against the Ohio State Buckeyes, who are a better team defensively than Iowa, they put up 30 points.
The Wolverines could win this one 30-0.
In Week 13, Hill threw for 94 passing yards and an interception against Nebraska. This season, he’s finished with 105 passing yards or less in three games that he’s started, including Nebraska, Northwestern, and Wisconsin.
The Wolverines have the best defense in the country, and while the Hawkeyes will trail, we have no faith in a quarterback completing 48.7% of his passes with 199 attempts on the year.
He’ll finish with 100 yards or less passing in a shutout.
After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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