November 20th, 2009 at 5:02 PM ^

He is just talking about OSU alone. Not to say that they wont score 30. I don't know . But it seemed as if you thought he was talking about the combined score for the game. The actual spread is sitting at Michigan +12.5 and the point is 47. Would probably still take the over and the 12.5. As for OSU, i am not sure they will score 30. It is Pryors first time in the Big House so I hope he gets rattled a bit.


November 20th, 2009 at 4:45 PM ^

I am thinking there will be more than 30 scored in the first half. I see a replay of PSU game last year. Michigan up 21-17 at half. Final score: OSU 34, Mich 24

NOLA Wolverine

November 20th, 2009 at 5:26 PM ^

Over. But that's not terrible for UofM granted they show up on offense. Ohio State doesn't drop bombs on anyone, atleast not very fast. If they can get Vincent Smith going we should control the clock more than usuall. If Mike Shaw came back to the line up, that'd be pretty helpful too.

Enjoy Life

November 20th, 2009 at 6:07 PM ^

I was only talking about osu (yeah, that is not the traditional O/U bet).

This year what the D has allowed in Big10.
Indiana 33
MSU 26
Iowa 30
PSU 35
Illini 38
Purdue 38
Wiscy 45


The King of Belch

November 20th, 2009 at 6:19 PM ^

If OSU goes up 21-0 or so, they go into a shell and we have one pass being thrown in the second half. Final score: OSU 31, UM 7.

Now, if UM gets something going offensively, then you have a shot--but again, we score second half points at a slightly lower rate than GM sells cars.

The trouble with this rivalry these days is that Jim Tressel treats Michigan the way Milton Berle used to treat dick meauring contests: Pulling out just enough to beat you.