Bet $20 On Ohio State v. Michigan State and Get $150 Regardless Of The Outcome. 

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Bet $20 on The Spartans vs. The Buckeyes and get $150 in free bets regardless of the outcome.

There is a list of blatantly disrespectful things that are never a good idea: you should never sleep with your friend’s little sister, you shouldn’t say that Adam Sandler movies aren’t funny, and you shouldn’t make a Michigan State team that already has a chip on its shoulder nineteen point underdogs in the biggest game of the year. NINETEEN POINTS. That’s ludicrous. A spread for a number seven versus a number five shouldn’t be higher than what Kyle Kuzma averages a game…even if Ohio State is home. On paper, Ohio State is a much more well-rounded team: they take care of the ball, don’t allow too many points, and have the best offense in the country. However, I seemingly remember the 2015 Buckeyes team being as dynamic. Who did they lose to? Michigan State. People say that Michigan State is a little brother school with a Xanax epidemic, but I think we will call them winners (against the spread at least) on Saturday as Kenneth Walker will make one last push for Heisman. Take Michigan State to cover, but whatever you do, win regardless with PointsBet.

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