Michigan vs Wisconsin Expert Predictions for College Football Week 4

Wisconsin v Michigan
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The No. 11 Michigan Wolverines travel to Madison to take on the No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers in a rematch of Michigan's 38-13 beatdown over the Badgers in Ann Arbor last season. The Badgers are 3.5-point home favorites, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

If you're looking to place a wager on this game, it's always wise to read up on what some industry experts are saying first. With that in mind, here are some expert predictions for this Week 4 game between the Wolverines and Badgers in Madison.

Michigan vs Wisconsin Expert Predictions

The staff at CBS is standing behind handicapping expert Barrett Sallee with college football Week 4 predictions this weekend, and Sallee believes Wisconsin will cover the 3.5-point spread at home against Michigan.

ESPN's Football Power Index (FPI) is siding with the Badgers at home in this one too, giving Wisconsin a 70.2 percent chance of beating the Wolverines this Saturday.

Ralph D. Russo, of The Associated Press and Yahoo! Sports, is the lone party backing the Wolverines here, picking Michigan to cover a 3-point spread on the road against Wisconsin.

Detroit Free Press
Orion Sang, of The Detroit Free Press, is going against the in-state Wolverines and predicting Wisconsin to come out on top, 27-23, over Michigan in this one.

Among those four expert predictions, three of them are picking the Badgers to win outright, two of them are picking Wisconsin to cover the spread and one dissenter is backing the Wolverines to cover on the road.

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