The No. 19 Badgers of Wisconsin (-35) are gearing up to host the Central Michigan Chippewas at Camp Randall Stadium. This pivotal daytime game is scheduled to get underway at 3:30 p.m. ET and fans can watch the action on BTN.
Central Michigan at No. 19 Wisconsin Betting Odds
Central Michigan is a heavy road dog here and is currently getting 35 points from bookmakers. The over/under is set at 50.5 points, and based on how things are shaping up, this game will probably present some live betting opportunities.
Betting odds have shifted slightly from when they were first set. The opening line was -34 and the game’s total was initially set at 50.
The Chippewas are 1-0 straight up (SU) while the Badgers are also 1-0 SU. The Chippewas are 1-0 against the spread (ATS) and have recorded 1.0 unit so far in 2019. The team has posted an Over-Under record of 1-0.
The Badgers have gained 1.0 unit this season. The team is 1-0 ATS and has an O/U record of 0-1.
The Chippewas are hoping to remain undefeated following a 38-21 victory over Albany last week. Quinten Dormady completed 27 passes on 37 attempts for 285 yards and three touchdowns. Jonathan Ward (158 rushing yards on 22 attempts, two TDs) and Kobe Lewis (50 yards on 13 carries) led the ground attack while Kalil Pimpleton (eight receptions, 40 yards, one TD) and Tyrone Scott (five catches, 93 yards, two TDs) manned the receiving duties in the win.
Wisconsin is coming off of a 49-0 win over South Florida. Jack Coan completed 19-of-26 passes for 199 yards and two touchdowns. Jonathan Taylor (135 rushing yards on 16 attempts, two TDs) and Nakia Watson (80 yards on 14 carries, one TD) mounted the running game as Kendric Pryor (four receptions, 40 yards) and Jake Ferguson (three catches, 20 yards) led the receiving attack in the win.
Central Michigan Chippewas vs. Wisconsin Badgers Free Pick
SU Winner – Wisconsin, ATS Winner – Central Michigan, O/U – Over
Team Betting Notes
The Chippewas O-line allowed 36 sacks last season. Their defense created 28 sacks.
The Badgers offense allowed 24 sacks last season. Their defense sacked opposing QBs 19 times
The Chippewas created eight rushing touchdowns last season.
The Badgers put up a whopping 32 rushing touchdowns last season.
The Chippewas registered 3.2 yards per carry last season while allowing a YPC of 4.4 to opponents.
The Badgers tallied 6.2 yards per carry last season and allowed 4.4 yards per rush attempt to opponents.
The Chippewas only logged 10 passing touchdowns last season.
The Badgers logged 19 passing touchdowns last season.
The Wisconsin defense has tallied four sacks on the year while Central Michigan has yet to sack an opposing QB.