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Nebraska vs Michigan: Will the Wolverines finish the season with a win?

The Michigan Wolverines are hosting the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Sunday at Crisler Center in Ann Arbor, MI.

Nebraska has a promising season

The Nebraska Cornhuskers are fourth in the Big Ten Conference with a 21-9 record for the season and 11-8 in conference play. They have won five of the last six games and are coming off a 67-56 win over Rutgers. Keisei Tominaga was the top scorer for Nebraska with 18 points. The Japanese guard leads the Cornhuskers this season, averaging 14 points per game. Nebraska is ninth in the nation, allowing 39.6% shooting from the field, and is ranked 100th, allowing 69.3 points per game.

Michigan has not won in a month

The Michigan Wolverines are at the bottom of the Big Ten Conference with an 8-22 record for the season, including 3-16 in conference play. Michigan has lost the last seven games and is coming off an 84-61 loss to Ohio State. Dug McDaniel has 19 points for the Wolverines in that one. He leads the team with 16.6 points per game this season. Michigan is 54th in the nation, shooting 36.4% from three-point territory, and is ranked 184th, scoring 73.6 points per game.

Betting Trends

Nebraska is 19-11-0 ATS for the season, 3-7-0 ATS on the road and 12-8-0 following a win. Michigan is 8-22-0 ATS for the season, 5-9-0 ATS at home and 5-16-0 ATS following a loss.

Prediction and Conclusion

Both teams are in a very different situation at this point. Nebraska has every reason to be excited about the upcoming NCAA tournament, while Michigan is finishing a very disappointing season. The Wolverines are at the bottom of the conference and have not won a single game for more than a month. In that period, Nebraska has been very solid, beating teams like Purdue, Indiana, and Wisconsin. The last time these two played, Nebraska won by 20, and even though Michigan may be closer in this one at home, the Cornhuskers will most likely cover the -6.5-point spread.

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