42 o/u Michigan at Iowa

Hawkfnntn

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Seems crazy high to me... 35 even seems high but heck if I know. If Michigan doesn't score early on us and our D doesn't score for us it could be a pretty low scoring game.
 

okeefe4prez

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I would have guessed the spread would have been 42 given how good Michigan looked the last time they played Iowa.
 

KCHawkeye

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That was then; this is now
Yeah, I don't know how to query up total points allowed in the first four games in previous years for comparison, but I suspect this D will be special. Hopefully, our O clicks enough to give our D a breather between possessions.
 

haydensly

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Almost everyone said under last week. And it ended up over. So over wouldn't surprise me. Hopefully, it's us that contributes to the over and not Michigan.
 

Gibsonian

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Yeah, I don't know how to query up total points allowed in the first four games in previous years for comparison, but I suspect this D will be special. Hopefully, our O clicks enough to give our D a breather between possessions.
Think I read Iowa D has allowed lowest point total for Iowa in like 60 some years. D might be very very special. Will know more after tomorrow......
 

Hawkfnntn

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Think I read Iowa D has allowed lowest point total for Iowa in like 60 some years. D might be very very special. Will know more after tomorrow......
Yeah and to be fair we haven't exactly played an offensive juggernaut of a team yet either. This will be the same sort of test for us as playing our D for Michigan will be.
 
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