The final odds and injury report for Michigan football vs. Nebraska.
Michigan football is getting set for its first road game of the season against Nebraska football and we have the final injury report for both teams.
Michigan football is going to be mostly healthy. Mason Graham will be out but that’s not a surprise. He’s expected to miss a few weeks at least with his injury.
Rod Moore and Myles Hinton are the question marks. Both players were listed as questionable by Michigan football in its final availability report which is required by the Big Ten.
It’s good news that Will Johnson and Makari Paige aren’t on there at all. Those players appear to be fully healthy after dealing with some nagging injuries.
Even if Moore and Hinton miss the game, Keon Sabb filled in well at defensive back, while LaDarius Henderson has given the Wolverines some quality snaps at left tackle.
Nebraska injury report
The Huskers final injury report has also been revealed. Linebacker Luke Reimer won’t play for Nebraska and neither will freshman EDGE Cameron Lenhardt.
Both losses are significant for Nebraska. Lenhardt has been one of Nebraska’s best pass rushers and Reimer is one of the team’s better defenders, as well as being a team leader.
Yet, Javin Wright is guy that has been more playing time recently and is strong in coverage, so he was probably going to play a lot anyway in an attempt to cover Donovan Edwards.
Jeff Sims wasn’t listed at all. Heinrich Haarberg is going to start against for Nebraska, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see Sims play, especially since he’s known as a better passer.
Final odds for Michigan football vs. Nebraska
The Wolverines area a 17-.5 point favorite. The under/under is 39.5 and the money line is -950 for Michigan, as well as +625 for Nebraska.