Defense keeps amazing streak alive
The Michigan football defense is allowing 6.7 points per game and leads all of college football. It has given up some big plays but one thing it hasn’t done is allow a single goal-to-go possession.
That’s pretty crazy and if the Wolverines can cut out the long touchdowns, they should be able to make it even harder for teams to score.
I don’t see Indiana breaking the streak of Michigan having not defended a first and goal. Yet, the Hoosiers could score twice, maybe in garbage time, but the Wolverines keep this insane stat up for another week of the 2023 season.
Michigan football vs. Indiana score prediction
The 34-point spread (via DraftKings) makes me a little wary, as does the weather. Michigan football is the much better team though and the Wolverines seem to be getting better by the week.
I expect lots of runs, a few McCarthy deep balls, and the Wolverines to have firm control of the game by the time the fourth quarter starts.
However, with the weather being a factor, the score will be a little bit lower in a Wolverines win where the defense holds Indiana out of the end zone.
Michigan 38, Indiana 6.