ESPN's Chris Fallica takes B1G Championship off 'Bear's Board' due to late line movement
Championship Weekend is here with some of the biggest games of the year that will impact the College Football Playoff. Among one of the top games, this weekend is the B1G Championship Game between No. 2 Michigan and No. 13 Iowa.
This game is one of the most lopsided games this weekend as Michigan comes into this game as a huge favorite. ESPN’s Chris “The Bear” Fallica originally had this game as on his “Bear’s Board” for betting odds. Throughout the pre-game show, the matchup between Michigan and Iowa disappeared on the board and was replaced by another game.
Fallica had an explanation to why the B1G Championship Game was taken off the board:
“From the start of the show, the Michigan line went from 10.5 to 12.5. I can’t in good faith give out a spread that jumped 2 points,” said Fallica.
ESPN’s Vegas odds are not the only format that has the game being more one-sided. According to FanDuel, Michigan is now a 13.5-point favorite to defeat Iowa on Saturday.
Will the Hawkeyes thrive in the underdog role, or will it prove to be a big win for the Wolverines?