LOOK: Michigan vs. SMU point spread revealed

On Saturday, Michigan bounced back from a tough loss at Notre Dame as they dominated Western Michigan 49-3 at the Big House. The Wolverines easily covered the 27.5 points they were favored by as they coasted to the win. Up next for Michigan is a home matchup against SMU and the Wolverines are a huge favorite once again.

On Sunday, the Wynn Las Vegas released the point spread for the game and Michigan opened as a 32-point favorite. That line was released at 5:51 p.m. and less than an hour later, the line had climbed to 35.

Though Western Michigan is nowhere near as talented as the Wolverines, it was certainly nice to see the offense move the ball at will.

SMU, on the other hand, has dropped the first two games of their season and have not looked good doing so.


Dear Detroit Tigers: Please make this one jersey change for 2019

Dear Detroit Tigers,

Heading into the 2018 season, us fans knew it was highly unlikely that we would see a winning team. In fact, many of us wondered if we would lead the league in losses. But regardless of what was about to happen,  whether you won or lost, we supported you. Sure, it was tough to make it out to as many games as usual, but trust me when I say that we had your back from afar.

Looking forward to 2019, all signs point to another long season, at least in terms of wins and losses, but that is expected in a rebuild. We know there is a process to get back to a championship-caliber team and we are willing to be patient now because we believe there will be amazing celebrations down the road.

Though we promise to be patient when it comes to the product on the field, we have one request that would instantly make the 2019 season and beyond a little better.

To read the rest of the letter, please click on the link below.

Written by Don Drysdale

I am a fan of all Detroit sports and LOVE to write about them!

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