Michigan-Northwestern point spread favors Wildcats for first time ever

When the Michigan Wolverines travel to Northwestern to take on the Wildcats in Week 12 of the 2013 college football season, they will be doing so as three-point underdogs.

This is the very first time in the 100-plus year history of the program that it has not been favored to beat up on NU.

Northwestern Wildcats are -3 over the #Michigan #Wolverines next Saturday. Last time they were favored over the #MaizeAndBlue? NEVER!

— Johnny Detroit (@Johnny_Detroit) November 10, 2013

Michigan has lost three of four games to fall to 6-3 (2-3, Big Ten) on the year. However, that is even worse than Pat Fitzgerald’s ‘Cats, losers of five consecutive contests. Northwestern currently boasts a 4-5 record (0-5, Big Ten).

Let’s recap: High and mighty Michigan, once undefeated at 5-0 and considered primed to make a run at Ohio State for league supremacy, is now an underdog to a team still searching for its first conference win.

The M Club may believe in these Wolverines, but Vegas sure doesn’t.

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