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PointsBet Promo: Mirror Image Teams Present Value All Over In Betting Michigan v. Georgia

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - DECEMBER 04: Michigan Wolverines players gather in a team huddle prior to the start of the Big Ten Championship Game between the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Michigan Wolverines on December 04, 2021, at Lucas Oil Stadium, in Indianapolis, IL. (Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Michigan is almost a mirror image to Georgia, if not a better version. SEC teams always get the benefit of doubt, it is aided by the fact that B1G teams have not faired well in the playoffs, but by getting a lot of points (+7, right now) or rolling the dice with a big money line (+225, right now) this is a money making opportunity, especially when you take PointsBet’s offer: bet $20 on this game, and get $150 back win or lose.

Michigan, like Georgia, has a stout defense with elite playmakers on its front seven. You can argue that Aiden Hutchinson and David Ojabo is a more complete, formidable duo than Jordan Davis and Nakobe Dean. The Michigan pair combined for 25 sacks and nearly 100 tackles, while Georgia’s two big dogs only secured 7 sacks, though Davis is disruptive in the run game.

Michigan, like Georgia, is paced by its running game. You can argue that Hassan Haskins and Blake Corum, combined with the Michigan OLine is better than Georgia’s combo of Zamir White and James Cook behind the Bulldogs front. Michigan’s pair tallied over 2,000 yards and 31 scores while its line won the Moore Award — the best OLine in the nation. Georgia, as a team, put up just 2,500 yards rushing.

Michigan, like Georgia, has a quarterback that is tasked more with management than making plays. No one is mistaking either Cade McNamara nor Stetson Bennett for Aaron Rodgers, but McNamara plays the role of Trent Dilfer better than Bennet. He’s actually thrown for more yards and with less interceptions, too.

Michigan, like Georgia, has a reliable kicker that can play a pivotal role in the game. You can argue Jake Moody is better than Jack Podlesny. He is an All-American that was 56-of-56 on extra points and 22-of-24 on field goals.

Michigan, like Georgia, has some holes in the secondary. If we are looking for weakness’ of each team that could open things up down the field.

Ultimately, the two teams are incredibly well matched and have similar plus and minus aspects of their game. It is also not that either has a decided advantage on the sidelines, with Kirby Smart (and UGA historically) have underperformed in big games while Jim Harbaugh is just 1-7 versus SEC schools in his tenure.

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