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Amani Toomer: Bet $20 On Michigan And Get $150 Regardless Of The Outcome

30 Oct 1993: Wide receiver Amani Toomer of the University of Michigan makes a leaping catch in bounds during the Wolverines 13-10 loss to the University of Wisconsin at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin.

Yes, the title is true; we legally cannot lie to you. Big Casinos are trying to swallow each other whole, and until that happens, Amani Toomer is here to make sure all the Michigan fans get a little bit of money in their pockets.

Here’s The Deal:

  1. Sign up for PointsBet by clicking here
  2. Select your state.
  3. Deposit $20 or more into your account
  4. Finally, place a $20 spread, moneyline, or total bet on MI vs. UGA and get $150 back… win or lose.

My Take:

This is it. This is the 8 Mile Lose Yourself moment. Eight years of being waterboarded by the same Jadeveon Clowney hit, ten years of getting laughed at by people who live in Ohio, and a lifetime of Sports Radio guys spewing takes about Harbaugh – this is what it all comes down to. Vegas likes UGA by 8 points; I’m afraid I have to disagree with them. I mean, even in the one game Michigan did lose, they only lost by four. These teams are built the same. They have game-manager-type quarterbacks, fantastic offensive lines, and defenses with more future NFL players than an inner-city school district with a coach that keeps the kids on track. The main difference that I see between these two teams is their heart. Cade McNamara might not be the best quarterback in his class, but nobody plays for their team more than him from the games I’ve watched this year. Jim Harbaugh probably has these guys binge-watching Braveheart. On paper, Georgia is a more talented team; however, Michigan has this David vs. Goliath attitude that I’d argue is more dangerous than any of the tangibles a football team can have (or maybe that’s just because I watched Miracle last night). A bet for Michigan is a bet for the underdogs in life. Or as Amani said, Lets Go Blue!

What do you think?

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