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CFB 2022 Future Betting Michigan Wolverines Odds and Analysis

CFB 2022 Future Betting Michigan Wolverines Odds and Analysis

Last year the Michigan Wolverines finally delivered.  And in a powerful way.  Michigan destroyed the Ohio State Buckeyes 42-27.  And the game was worse for Ohio State than the College football betting score indicated.  Michigan was men against boys.  To illuminate, the Wolverines physically mauled the Buckeyes without mercy.  It was the first conference championship for Michigan in 17 years.  Also, they made the College Football Playoff for the first time.  But immediately after the playoff loss to Georgia, coach Jim Harbaugh went job hunting.

CFB 2022 Future Betting Michigan Wolverines

CashBet Futures Odds Over/Under win total 9.5
Odds to Win National Championship: +4125
Odds to Win Big Ten Conference: +2000

 CashBet Odds Analysis – 2022 Michigan Wolverines

Following a 2-4 disaster season in 2020, Jim Harbaugh was humbled.  From 2015 through 2019, Harbaugh was virtually unaccountable.  Michigan fans gulped the online sportsbook kool-aid.  “Coach Khaki Pants” could do no wrong.  Although he had failed to beat Ohio State or win the Big Ten, the Maize and Blue faithful remained blindly loyal.  But when the 2020 roof caved, those same fans screamed for Harbaugh’s head.  Instead, Harbaugh was humbled by the Michigan administration.  He took a deep pay cut with a lower buyout.  And he remade his staff.

At the beginning of the 2021 offseason, Harbaugh begged for an NFL lifeline.  But his Betting on college football credibility was so damaged that nobody returned his calls.  Harbaugh was forced back to his Michigan job.  He put up a brave front.  Accordingly, he said that he was “betting on myself.”  And then he delivered a championship.  Michigan enjoyed a dream season.  And their win over Ohio State had fans glowing and celebrating for weeks.

As a result of his 2021 bet on NCAAF comeback success, Harbaugh believed he would get NFL offers.  The Minnesota Vikings and Harbaugh agreed to an interview.  But from there, things went off the rails.  Viking management expected a serious discussion.  Harbaugh arrived at Minnesota headquarters expecting a coronation.  Reports later indicated that he told everyone at Michigan goodbye.  And he did so with his customary arrogance.  Harbaugh flew back to Ann Arbor with his tail between his legs.  And in probable bitterness.

Sources inside the Michigan program and confidants of Harbaugh say that he will never forgive the administration for cutting him down to size.  Harbaugh wanted out of Michigan in the worst way.  But NFL franchises have changed.  Now it is all about collaboration.  Harbaugh is not a collaborator type.  So he is back at the Big House.  And faces a 2022 season that could set up big for the Maize and Blue.

Last year Harbaugh proved he could beat Ohio State.  Also, he proved he could take Michigan to the Betting on NCAAF big-time.  Michigan finally lived up to its annoying self-image and branding.

Now it’s his angle to put together another strong team with new coordinators.  And a vastly different roster.  The early part of the schedule sets up favorably.  But everything leads to the Ohio State rematch.  Of course, the Scarlet and Gray carry the 24/7 obsession of living with the stain of a loss to Michigan.

Naturally, the Wolverine fan base obviously wants to win every year.  Harbaugh needs to beat Michigan State this time around.  At the onset of 2022, Michigan is in a nice spot.  It could be a joyous ride.  The OSU monkey is off all their backs, and the schedule works favorably.

In sum, it’s asking for too much for a repeat of 2021.  But Michigan should be going into the Ohio State game at least 10-1 with at least a shot to get back to the Big Ten Championship.

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