With nearly a month between the final regular season games and bowl games, spreads are obviously going to shift. Every Tuesday, we’ll take a look at the noticeable differences in the B1G bowl lines, and if they lend themselves to future changes.

This week, it was interesting to see how the lines compared to last week, which were much more indicative of what they opened at. The problem for some B1G teams is that there are still major injury questions.

The Indiana spread could potentially double if Jordan Howard is cleared to play. Carl Nassib’s presence or non-presence could not make the TaxSlayer Bowl spread so one-sided. A more realistic update on the health of Connor Cook could also dictate whether or not Michigan State is a double-digit underdog.

As it sits, here’s the latest of the B1G bowl spreads, according to Wynn LV:

Pinstripe Bowl 

Indiana (-2) vs. Duke

Foster Farms Bowl

Nebraska vs. UCLA (-6.5)

Quick Lane Bowl

Minnesota (-6) vs. Central Michigan

Holiday Bowl

Wisconsin vs. USC (-3)

Cotton Bowl

Michigan State vs. Alabama (-9.5)

Outback Bowl

Northwestern vs. Tennessee (-8.5)

Citrus Bowl

Michigan (-4) vs. Florida

Fiesta Bowl

Ohio State (-6.5) vs. Notre Dame

Rose Bowl

Iowa vs. Stanford (-6.5)

TaxSlayer Bowl

Penn State vs. Georgia (-6.5)