NCAA Odds: Air Force vs. No. 18 Michigan

September 7, 2012 NCAA College Football Betting

There should be plenty of future pilots onboard as Air Force flies from Colorado into Michigan to meet up with the Wolverines Saturday afternoon. Gametime, predicted to be under partly to mostly cloudy skies in Michigan Stadium, is 3:30ET. The game can be seen in much of the U.S. as part of ABC’s NCAAF coverage.

Air Force (1-0) should be sky high after their 49-21 win, albeit over little heralded Idaho State in the season opener for both teams. The Falcons continued to show the potent offense that earned them a berth in last years military bowl. RB Cody Getz led the way for Air Force rushing for 218 yards and 3 scores. Start your College Football Betting on Air Force vs. No. 18 Michigan Game.

Michigan (0-1) was ranked number 8 entering their opening game versus number 2 Alabama last week. They proved to be no match for the Crimson Tide however, losing 41-14, and suffering a 231-68 deficit in yards rushing. Michigan dropped to 18th in the rankings after that one. The Wolverines joined Penn State as the only Big Ten teams not to emerge victorious in week number one.

 RB Fitzgerald Toussaint has been listed as probable for Michigan, and his return could provide a much-needed bounce for the Wolves.

These two teams last met in 1964, making this rematch a bit of a historical anomaly. Michigan is 8-4 ATS in its last twelve games, and 5-2 ATS at home. Against non-conference teams, they are 8-2 ATS, but only 6-10 ATS in their home openers. Check the NCAA Football Lines for Air Force vs. No. 18 Michigan Game.

Air Force is 5-2 ATS in their last 7 games, but 17-4 ATS in road openers. In games against non-conference opponents where they are the road underdog, the Falcons are 10-2 ATS.

Michigan has been installed as a 21 point home favorite at a -$110. The under/over, also at a -$110 is set at 61.5 total points.

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