Winner of Michigan vs Indiana Is Obvious, Says ESPN
The winner of Michigan vs Indiana is obvious, says ESPN.
Coming into this season, many expected the Wolverines to legitimate challenge for the conference title.
Losses to Wisconsin and Penn State quickly derailed those plans, but Jim Harbaugh has rebounded as well as possible in the aftermath.
Since the loss to the Nittany Lions, Michigan has put together wins over Notre Dame, Maryland and Michigan State.
This weekend the Wolverines will square off against Indiana at Memorial Stadium.
With Indiana boasting arguably the strongest team the program has had in the last 10 years and Michigan possibly looking ahead to their upcoming outing versus Ohio State, some have suggested that Indiana could score the upset in this one.
According to ESPN, though, that is not going to happen.
The worldwide leader’s statistical analysis has Michigan winning Saturday’s game by a score of 28-25.
🔥💰 WEEK 13 SP+ PICKS 💰💥
* Ohio State 34, Penn State 20
* UGA 32, A&M 19
* Bama 79, WCU 0 😳
* ND 42, BC 21
* Michigan 28, Indiana 25
* Baylor 35, Texas 26
* USC 40, UCLA 22
* OU 41, TCU 22
* Oregon 32, ASU 21
* Utah 43, Arizona 18 pic.twitter.com/q6zsMJKPcy
— Bill Connelly (@ESPN_BillC) November 20, 2019
A little too close for comfort, obviously – but a win’s a win.
Will Michigan ultimately reward ESPN’s confidence?
We’ll find out for certain this coming Saturday.