The Michigan Wolverines and the Wisconsin Badgers will see each other this Tuesday at Kohl Center in Madison for what should be an entertaining battle. Who’s going to come out on top? Check out our preview of this Michigan vs Wisconsin matchup in the 2022-23 NCAA basketball season. There are more college basketball previews to read here at TopBet, so feel free to look around and make bets once you’re ready.
Betting Preview for the Michigan Wolverines vs Wisconsin Badgers NCAA College Basketball Game on February 14 2023
Where: Kohl Center, Madison, WI
When: Tuesday, February 14, 2023, 9:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: CBS
Betting on the Michigan Wolverines (odds)
Record: 14-11 Overall/8-6 Conference
Michigan failed to scale Mt. Trayce Jackson-Davis last Saturday, as the Wolverines lost to the Indiana Hoosiers at home by the slimmest of margins, 62-61. Still, the Wolverines have won three of their last four games and will look to pick things up again this Tuesday down in Madison. They also failed to cover the spread versus the Hoosiers, but the Wolverines are 3-1 against the spread in their last four games as well. Their shots from deep weren’t falling in the Indiana game, with the Wolverines going just 5/20 from deep but they could be more accurate on Tuesday against Wisconsin’s leaky perimeter defense. Hunter Dickinson led the Wolverines versus Indiana with 16 points and seven rebounds and he’ll be a focal point anew on offense for Michigan, which is 6-3 ATS in its last nine games versus the Badgers.
Betting on the Wisconsin Badgers (odds)
Record: 14-10 Overall/6-8 Conference
Wisconsin’s form has been on and off of late. The Badgers are 2-2 straight up in its last four games, alternating wins with losses. In their last game, Wisconsin suffered a 73-63 overtime road loss to the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Saturday. Prior to that, Wisconsin defeated the Penn State Nittany Lions on the road, 79-74 via OT last Wednesday. Sophomore guard Chucky Hepburn led Wisconsin in the Nebraska game with 19 points, though, he was just 8/21 from the field. Wisconsin’s preference for slow-paced games has the team ranked 346th in the nation in terms of adjusted tempo and has allowed the Badgers to be top-30 in the nation in scoring defense. The Badgers entered the Nebraska game allowing only 63.2 points per outing.
Wisconsin is 2-2 against the spread in its last four outings.
Wisconsin wins, 67-63.
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