Both teams will enter this game with a perfect 7-0 SU record, so it’ll be a fascinating matchup to watch. #6 Michigan opened as -2.5 favorites, but moved to -4.5 for their matchup at #8 Michigan State. This movement occurred in response to Michigan’s 33-7 win over Northwestern in which they dominated the second half. The line has settled at Michigan -4 before kickoff.
#4 Oklahoma opened as -19.5 favorites, but moved to -17.5 for their contest vs. Texas Tech before snapping back to -19 on Saturday. The Sooners not only recently dealt with benching Spencer Rattler for Caleb Williams at quarterback, but trailed Kansas 10-0 at halftime in their last game (before coming back to beat them in the second half). Despite their undefeated record, there are a lot of question marks with O/U against any opponent right now, as seen in the line movement here.
After a 20-18 overtime loss to unranked Illinois, Penn State tanked in the national rankings and Ohio State became bigger favorites for this Week 9 matchup. The Buckeyes boast the best offense in college football, averaging 49.3 points per game heading into this matchup and as proven on Saturday, Penn State simply doesn’t have the firepower to match up with them.
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