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The Michigan Wolverines have lost only one time so far in the Big Ten. They sit in sole possession of first place in the conference. Michigan State is half a game back at 8-1, and Iowa is third, but they are just 6-4. There is a logjam at 5-5. Michigan looks to keep separation from the pack with this game, but Iowa needs a big win at home to get back on track. The stakes are high here!
An old heated rivalry will be renewed when the Indiana Hoosiers play host to the Michigan Wolverines on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. ET on CBS inside Assembly Hall. This rivalry isn’t Bobby Knight against the Fab Five like the old days, but you can expect to see some fireworks when these two get tangled up this weekend.
One of the Big Ten’s oldest rivalries will commence when the Michigan State Spartans play host to the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday night at 7:00 ET on ESPN inside the Jack Breslin Student Events Center. The Wolverines got the best of the Spartans 58-57 in the last meeting on March 3rd, 2013 in Ann Arbor.
Sun Devil Stadium will be the site of one of the many bowl games played in the Southwestern portion of the country this bowl season, as the Michigan Wolverines tango with the Kansas State Wildcats in the 2013 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.
It’s the final year for the Legends and the Leaders in the Big Ten Conference. Last year both Penn State and Ohio State were ineligible for postseason play, but only Penn State is ineligible this season. The Buckeyes went 12-0 in their first year under Urban Meyer last year, and expectations are as high as ever in Columbus.
Our college football betting handicappers are always keeping a watchful eye on what we can expect on the field, and right now at Bang the Book, we are taking a look at the Top 10 teams that you should be backing and expect to get some value with on the odds to win the BCS.
The clock is ticking towards the start of the 2013 college football betting campaign, and as a part of the preparation for the year, we take a look at the Top 10 quarterbacks in the country coming into the 2013 season.
Sixty-six of the 68 teams in the NCAA Tournament are now sitting at home on the sidelines, and the only two teams that are left to fight it out for all of the marbles are the Michigan Wolverines and the Louisville Cardinals.
Syracuse went all the way to the Big East Tournament Championship before losing to Louisville, so its current run all the way to the Final Four in this tournament is not that big of a surprise. Along the way, the Orange beat Montana and California as heavy favorites in their first two games before posting a stunning 61-50 upset over No.1 Indiana as five-point underdogs.
A pair of teams with 29 wins are going to be in search of their 30th and most important wins of the season at Dallas Cowboys Stadium in the South Region, where the Florida Gators and the Michigan Wolverines will do battle with a spot in the Final Four on the line.