Following another lopsided non-conference win, No. 4 Michigan now turns its attention to Big Ten Conference play.
The Wolverines will stay at home this week when they host Maryland on Saturday at Noon ET.
After three straight games as a 30-plus-point favorite, Michigan sports bettors get a little more reasonable number to work with this week for the Wolverines.
Can U-M continue its dominance when it battles with the Terrapins?
Michigan Week 4 College Football Odds
Michigan’s football odds for Week 4 against Maryland have them as a 3-score favorite against Maryland.
Most sportsbooks are listing Michigan as a 17 or 17.5-point favorite for Saturday’s B1G game.
The over/under for the total is varying from 61.5 to 62.5 points depending on the book.
Michigan football betting trends
Michigan is off to a 3-0 start, winning by a combined score of 166-17 over Colorado State, Hawaii and UConn.
U-M is 2-1 against the spread on the season, and the Wolverines have covered the spread in 13 of their last 17 games. Maryland is off to a 3-0 start as well following a 34-27 win over SMU at home last weekend. The Terps are 2-1 against the spread on the season.
Both teams have went under the total in two of their three 2022 games.
Michigan vs. Maryland history
These two programs have met 10 times in their history. Michigan has won nine of the 10 meetings.
The Wolverines have won six straight in the series, including a 59-18 win at Maryland last season. Michigan has also covered in six straight meetings.
How to watch: Michigan vs. Maryland football
- What: Maryland (3-0, 0-0 Big Ten) at No. 4 Michigan (3-0, 0-0)
- When: Saturday, Sept. 24 at Noon ET
- Where: Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor
- TV: FOX
- Online livestream: Fox Sports App
- Radio: Learfield Michigan Sports Network
- Sirius XM: Channel 83 (Michigan); Channel 196 (Maryland)
How to bet on College Football Odds in Michigan
Michigan has 15 online sportsbooks for you to look for college football odds.
Betting on Michigan college football can be done in a variety of ways. That includes:
- Live betting
- First Half/Second Half Betting
- First/Second/Third/Fourth Quarter Betting
- Player Props
- Team Props
- Adjusted Spreads
- Adjusted Totals
- Single Game Parlays
Michigan College Football Player Prop Odds
Saturday’s game will be a chance for Michigan quarterback J.J. McCarthy to really make a name for himself as a starter.
DraftKings Sportsbook is listing his over/under for passing yards at 259.5 on Saturday. His passing touchdowns are listed at 2.5, with the over carrying +135 odds.
Blake Corum has been great at finding the endzone thus far. He has an over/under of 0.5 rushing touchdowns on Saturday. The over carries odds of -230. Corum’s rushing total has an over/under of 87.5 yards.
Oddsmakers also like Ronnie Bell to be McCarthy’s top receiving target on Saturday. His over/under for receiving yards is listed at 77.5.
College Football Week 4 Betting Promos
Here’s a collection of available college football betting promos for Week 4 of the season.
Bonus win if you hit a SI Sportsbook parlay
SI Sportsbook MI will give you a $20 free bet if a 3+ leg parlay on Saturday of $25 or more wins. Odds for the parlay must be +300 or longer. Same game parlays and BetBuilder are not eligible in this promotion.
BetRivers boosts available
BetRivers Sportsbook MI is offering up a 20% live profit boost when you place a $25+ pregame wager on any NCAA Friday football game.
You can also get a 20% profit boost for any NCAAF 3+leg parlay this weekend. Max wager of the parlay is $25 and each leg must be -200 odds or greater.
Free bet at FanDuel
FanDuel Sportsbook MI is giving away a $10 free bet if you place a $20+, 4+leg single game parlay, SGP+ or parlay on a college football game this weekend.
Opt-in to the promo and place your parlay wager. The parlay must have +400 odds or greater. You then receive a free $10 wager, win or lose.
What can bettors expect from Michigan football in Week 4?
Michigan couldn’t have played much better than it did on Saturday.
In the 59-0 win over Connecticut, Michigan amassed 465 yards of offense while allowing just 110 to the Huskies.
J.J. McCarthy was solid as the clear No. 1 QB, going 15 of 18 passing for 214 yards. Blake Corum was a touchdown hawk, scoring five times on 12 carries with 71 yards.
Cade McNamara, the former starting quarterback, suffered a leg injury on Saturday that will have him out indefinitely.
Michigan’s defense has been dominant in 2022, allowing just 194 yards and 5.7 points per game. This week, it runs up against a Maryland offense that is averaging 40.3 points and 502 yards per game.
U-M could have its hands full with Terrapins QB Taulia Tagovailoa. The junior has thrown for 895 yards and six touchdowns through three games. He has been good about spreading the ball around, as five different receivers have over 90 yards on the year.
The Maryland defense hasn’t been too impressive, allowing 392 yards per game. Their pass defense ranks 108th in the nation, allowing 273.7 yards per contest.
Saturday will be a chance for McCarthy and Corum to further their Heisman Trophy efforts. McCarthy is listed at +2000 to win at DraftKings Sportsbook MI, while Corum is at +8000. Corum is tied for the nation’s lead in rushing touchdowns (7).