Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh’s seventh season at the helm began fantastically. At home against Western Michigan, the Wolverines won in a rout. Thus, fans and gamblers feel a lot better heading into this college football betting matchup against Washington. Harbaugh is facing a season where he must show significant improvement after last year’s debacle. Accordingly, Harbaugh has a renewed coaching staff and refreshed attitude. Last week was a breath of fresh air for the Maize and Blue. By contrast, Washington woke up to a week one nightmare and total humiliation.
Washington Huskies vs. Michigan Wolverines Betting Information
Washington Huskies at Michigan Wolverines CashBet Wagering Analysis
Following last week, the Wolverines bring vastly more Bitcoin sportsbook appeal than Washington. Gamblers don’t want to step into Michigan after their slaughter of Western Michigan. Nor do they want anything to do with the Huskies after their flop against Montana. Losing to a 1-AA team at home sends the masses running for the tall grass.
Huskies Leave Fans and Gamblers Howling with Flop
Last week Washington suffered a catastrophic opening day loss to 1-AA Montana 13-7 as 22.5-point favorites. Also, under the total of 53 was a winning ticket too. At the onset of the 2021 campaign, expectations were sky-high for the Huskies. But it took all of one game for it to blow up.
Year Two of the Jimmy Lake era opened with a terrible loss to Montana, an FCS team. In fact, Montana’s historic moment marked the first FCS upset over a ranked FBS opponent since 2016. Washington scored a touchdown on its first possession but would never score again.
Jimmy Lake had the unfortunate experience of taking over the U-Dub program during a pandemic. Now, many fans are finished with Lake after the Montana Betting on college football humiliation.
Maize and Not So Blue After Stellar Opener
In week one, Michigan scored a 47-14 home win over Western Michigan as 16.5-point favorites. Correlate that the game went under the bet on NCAAF total of 65. Ronnie Bell had a 76-yard touchdown reception and returned a punt 31 yards before being injured. Sadly, Bell is lost for the season.
Namely, quarterback Cade McNamara completed 9 of 11 passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns. Highly touted freshman J.J. McCarthy escaped a sack on a 69-yard touchdown pass to Daylen Baldwin midway through the fourth.
Of course, Michigan Tradition is paramount to the program. A new tradition that everyone loves is prime-time TV games at the Big House. Most years, there is only one. Accordingly, it will be Saturday night when the Wolverines host Washington.
Washington Huskies at Michigan Wolverines Against the Spread
Washington is 50% against the spread in away games. While as an underdog, Washington is 20% vs. the odds. In non-conference games, the Huskies are 62% on the board. On the road, Washington is 70% under the total. Also, Washington is 60% under the total as an underdog. And in non-conference action, U-Dub is 62% under the total.
Specifically, at the Big House, Michigan is 53% against the spread. As a favorite, the Wolverines are 50% vs. the odds. And in non-conference games, Michigan is only 25% on the board. In sum, Michigan is 60% over the total at home. As a favorite, the Wolverines are 62% to the over. In non-conference action, Michigan is 50% over and under.
Washington got the money in both of their previous two games against Michigan. Also, the two games were 1-1 over and under. At Michigan, the Huskies covered their last appearance. And then that game at Ann Arbor went over the total.
Washington Huskies at Michigan Wolverines CashBet Free Pick
As was previously noted, Washington is a terrible Betting on NCAAF value as an underdog. Owing to their respective openers, Michigan is the only way to go.
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