Indiana at Michigan 3/10/22 College Basketball Picks and Predictions
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Michigan Wolverines (17-13) vs Indiana Hoosiers (18-12)
Game Info: Thursday, March 10, 2022 at 11:30 am (Gainbridge Fieldhouse)
Betting Odds: Michigan Wolverines -2 -- Over/Under: 137 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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Indiana faces Michigan on Thursday, March 10th, 2022 at Gainbridge Fieldhouse for a college basketball Big Ten conference tournament matchup.
Indiana ended the regular season with a tough loss at Purdue, 69-67 on March 5th. Indiana is on the bubble currently, so a road victory over the Boilermakers there would have gone a long way for Indiana, but nonetheless, the Hoosiers have some work to do in the Big Ten conference tournament in order to feel safe. Indiana is 18-12 this season with a 9-11 Big Ten record and the Hoosiers dropped three of their last five games to end the regular season, including a bad home loss against Rutgers. Indiana’s leading scorer is F Trayce Jackson-Davis, who has scored 17.4 points per game for the Hoosiers and has earned 8.2 rebounds per game as well. Indiana as a team has scored 71.4 points per game and has shot the ball at a 45.8% clip from the field. Indiana has also allowed 65.5 points per game to its opponents.
Michigan, like Indiana, is also on the bubble and will look to earn one or more important victories in this Big Ten conference tourney. Michigan is 17-13 overall, which has the Wolverines with one of the lowest win percentages out of all the remaining serious bubble teams. Michigan did have a winning record in conference play, unlike Indiana, at 11-9. Michigan ended the regular season with a huge road win over Ohio State on March 6th, 75-69. Michigan’s leading scorer this season has been its center, Hunter Dickinson, who has scored 18.4 points per game and has earned 8.5 rebounds per game for the Wolverines as well. Michigan as a team has scored 73.2 points per game and has shot the ball at a 47.1% clip from the field. Michigan has also allowed 69.7 points per game to its opponents this season.
Michigan is a 2-point favorite and the total is set at 137. This sets up to be a tight game but I think Michigan is in slightly better form. Indiana is tough to beat at home but at a neutral site, I think the Hoosiers are in trouble. I like Michigan to aid its selection resume and earn a very important conference tournament win here.
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