Michigan football plays Minnesota tonight. Here are some final thoughts, as well as a look at the injury report, the odds, and how to watch.
It’s Michigan football Gameday! The Michigan Wolverines will take on Minnesota on Saturday night in search of their 18th consecutive Big Ten win.
Michigan football looked like a national title contender in its 45-7 win over Nebraska. The Huskers beat Illinois on the road last night, which tells you that team isn’t a pushover. But still, you wonder if the Wolverines will be as sharp on Saturday night.
Minnesota is a tough, physical team. The crowd will be loud and it’s expected to be a sellout. Big Ten games aren’t easy to win on the road, so even though Michigan football has made it look easy at times, don’t be surprised if it’s a competitive game.
However, you can’t look past anyone in the Big Ten. With that in mind, here’s the weather report, the final odds, and more for Michigan football vs. Minnesota.
Final updates for Michigan football vs. Minnesota
First off, the weather looks good. It’s going to be around 50 degrees and there is zero chance of precipitation. Michigan is the kind of team that can play in any weather, but rain and wet can still favor the underdog if ball security becomes an issue.
That shouldn’t be a problem tonight. In other good news for Michigan football, Mason Graham is expected to return with a club on his hand. Will Johnson and Rod Moore are also going to play tonight and are “getting healthier” according to Chris Balas of The Wolverine.
Michigan is an 18.5-point favorite. The line started at 15. The over/under is 46. The money line is -1200 for Michigan and +750 for the Gophers.
In terms of watching the game, it will be on NBC Sports. Or, you can stream on Fubo TV or Peacock. Noah Eagle and Todd Blackledge will be the announcers. Kathryn Tappen will be the sideline reporter.