The Michigan Wolverines have vastly improved since losses to rivals Wisconsin and Penn State, outscoring their last three opponents 127-31 and improving to 8-2 on the season.
But that doesn't mean that Vegas is liking their chances against their rivals from Columbus on November 30.
The Wolverines are currently listed as 13 point underdogs against the Buckeyes for their annual matchup. This year's edition will be at the Big House in Ann Arbor.
Of course, the Wolverines will be looking to break a seven-year losing skid to the Buckeyes, especially after last season's 62-39 debacle at the Horseshoe. But it won't be an easy task, as Ohio State has cruised to an undefeated record so far this year, and looked invincible under first-year coach Ryan Day.
Does Michigan have a chance?