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Michigan vs Florida Peach Bowl Game Info

No. 7 Michigan Wolverines (10-2) vs. No. 10 Florida (9-3)

Date: Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018

Time: 12 p.m. EST

LocationMercedes-Benz Stadium – Atlanta, GA


Michigan vs Florida Peach Bowl Betting Info

All betting odds, lines and props available on FanDuel Sportsbook.

Moneyline: MICH: (-310) | FLA: (+240)

Spread: MICH: -7.5 (-115) | FLA: +7.5 (-105)

Total: 50.5 – Over: (-115) | Under: (-105)

Public (Spread) Betting Percentages: MICH: (46%) | FLA: (54%)

Michigan vs Florida Peach Bowl Betting Trends & Stats

- Only 10 teams finished the season covering more spreads than Florida this year as the Gators went 8-4 ATS (66.7 percent), and Florida also posted the seventh-best record for hitting the over in the nation at 7-4-1. 

- Despite a 10-win season straight up and a Top-10 ranking, Michigan went just 6-6 against the spread and the Wolverines defense held Michigan to hitting just 7-of-12 overs this season.
- The 2018 Peach Bowl will mark the third matchup between Michigan and Florida since 2016.
- The Wolverines will be without two of their star defensive players in LB Devin Bush and DL Rashan Gary, as two of the biggest-name players on a list of college football players sitting out bowl games this season.
- Michigan has dominated the series both overall and recently, going 4-0 all-time against the Gators and stomping Florida 33-17 in 2017 and 41-7 in the 2016 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.
- Excluding the 2016 College Football Playoff semifinal Peach Bowl game, the SEC is 2-5 in the last seven Peach Bowl appearances.  

Each Team's Best Win

- Michigan: vs. No. 14 Penn State (42-7) – Nov. 3

- Florida: vs. No. 7 LSU (27-19) – Oct. 6


Bowl Prop Bets

All Peach Bowl prop bets and odds are available on FanDuel Sportsbook.

- Away Team (Florida) Total: Over 21.5 Points (-110) – Florida's offense faced four of the best defensive units in the country over the course of this season and went 2-2 against the likes of Mississippi State (No. 1 scoring defense), Kentucky (No. 7), Georgia (No. 18) and LSU (No. 31). This Gators offense – averaging 46.3 points per game over the last three games – is ready for Michigan's No. 10 scoring defense, especially without Gary and Bush. 

- Home Team (Michigan) Total: Over 29 Points (-115) – Florida's No. 33 scoring defense in the nation is a solid unit as well, but Michigan's offense has been rolling late in the season. The Wolverines have averaged 38.5 PPG over the last four games of the season and 36.8 PPG over the season. Michigan scored fewer than 30 points just three times this season, one of which came against Michigan State's No. 12 scoring defense with another against Notre Dame's No. 9 scoring defense. 


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