The sportsbook BetOnline.ag has posted their college football games of the year, and in the only game that truly matters in college football, Michigan has been installed as a 6.5-point home favorite over Ohio State this November.
If Michigan stays the favorite, it would mark the second year in a row that they were favored over Ohio State. Last year, the Wolverines were favored by 3.5 points in the week leading up to The Game, and the number grew to 4.5 and 5 in some spots.
If Michigan remains the favorite, it would mark the first time since 2003 and 2004 that the Wolverines were favored in back-to-back games against the Buckeyes.
BetOnline has Michigan favored in all of their big games next season: -6 at Wisconsin, -5.5 at Penn State, -8.5 over Notre Dame, -13 over Michigan State, and -6.5 over Ohio State.
The Buckeyes, meanwhile, are favored in every other big game they play: -7.5 at Nebraska, -9 over Wisconsin, and -10.5 over Penn State.
Some other big games listed include Florida -8.5 over Tate Martell’s Miami Hurricanes in week 0, and Joe Burreaux and his LSU Tigers -6 at Texas in week two. LSU is listed as a favorite in each of their big games, save for the one that sends them to Tuscaloosa, where they are a 17-point underdog.
Clemson is an 18-point favorite at home in week two over Texas A&M. Georgia is -11.5 at home over Notre Dame in week four.