On Saturday, Michigan hosted Michigan State with the hopes of keeping their undefeated season going. Instead, it was the Spartans who were celebrating at the Big House when all was said and done. The Wolverines, who had five turnovers, played one of the most horrendous offensive games in recent memory and Michigan State did just enough to escape with a 14-10 win.
Now Michigan will have to shift their gears to this coming Saturday as they travel to Bloomington to take on the Indiana Hoosiers.
One may have thought the Wolverines would enter the game as a healthy favorite but according to the Wynn Las Vegas, Michigan is only listed as a 6-point favorite over Indiana. In fact, the line has actually dropped after opening up at UM -7.5, which means bets are already coming in on the Hoosiers.
Earlier on Sunday, the Associated Press College Football Top 25 was released and Michigan dropped from No. 7 all the way down to No. 17.