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Iowa at Michigan odds, tips and betting trends

The No. 25 Iowa Hawkeyes (21-8, 11-7 Big Ten) are just 2-point underdogs as they attempt to build on a three-game road winning streak when they visit the Michigan Wolverines (16-12, 10-8 Big Ten) on Thursday, March 3, 2022 at Crisler Center. The game airs at 9:00 PM ET. The over/under in the matchup is 155.5. Below, we analyze the Michigan vs. Iowa odds and lines ahead of this contest.

Rankings courtesy of the Ferris Mowers Coaches Poll powered by USA TODAY Sports.

Michigan is 12-15-0 against the spread, while Iowa’s ATS record this season is 17-12-0. The Wolverines have hit the over in 15 games, while Hawkeyes games have gone over 20 times. The teams score an average of 156.9 points per game, 1.4 more points than this matchup’s total. Michigan has a 5-5-0 record against the spread while going 6-4 overall over the past 10 games. Iowa has gone 5-5-0 against the spread and 9-1 overall in its last 10 games.

Here’s everything you need to get ready for Thursday’s Big Ten college hoops action.

Iowa at Michigan odds, spread and lines

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  • Spread: Michigan -2
  • Total: 155.5
  • Moneyline: Michigan -124, Iowa +103

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Iowa at Michigan odds, spread, & more

Prediction

Iowa 75, Michigan 74

Moneyline

  • The Wolverines have compiled a 12-7 record in games they were listed as the moneyline favorite (winning 63.2% of those games).
  • When playing as a moneyline favorite with odds of -124 or shorter, Michigan has a record of 12-6 (66.7%).
  • Based on this matchup’s moneyline, the Wolverines’ implied win probability is 55.4%.
  • This season, the Hawkeyes have won two out of the five games in which they’ve been the underdog.
  • This season, Iowa has won two of its five games when it’s the underdog by at least +103 on the moneyline.
  • The moneyline for this contest implies a 49.3% chance of a victory for the Hawkeyes.

Against the spread

  • The Wolverines average just 2.3 more points per game (73.2) than the Hawkeyes give up (70.9).
  • Michigan is 12-5 against the spread and 14-3 overall when scoring more than 70.9 points.
  • When Iowa allows fewer than 73.2 points, it is 11-4 against the spread and 13-2 overall.
  • The Hawkeyes’ 83.7 points per game are 14.4 more points than the 69.3 the Wolverines give up.
  • Iowa is 16-10 against the spread and 20-6 overall when it scores more than 69.3 points.
  • Michigan’s record is 12-13 against the spread and 16-10 overall when it allows fewer than 83.7 points.
  • The Wolverines have out-scored their opponents by a total of 108 points this season (3.9 points per game on average), and the Hawkeyes have put up 370 more points than their opponents on the year (12.8 per game).

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Over/Under

  • The Wolverines have an average implied point total equal to their implied total in Thursday’s game (79).
  • This season, Michigan has scored more than 79 points 10 times.
  • The Hawkeyes’ average implied point total on the season (81.1 points) is 4.1 points higher than their implied total in this matchup (77 points).
  • So far this season, Iowa has outscored its implied point total for this matchup (77) 21 times.

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How to watch Michigan vs. Iowa

  • Game Day: Thursday, March 3, 2022
  • Game Time: 9:00 PM ET
  • TV Channel: FOX Sports Networks

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