The 9-0 Wolverines hold a 41-14-4 mark in the series, though the Hawkeyes won the last contest between the teams in 2013. A 22-point spread appears to contradict what could be a fairly close game, though Michigan's offense has been much more potent than Iowa's this season. Hopefully an ever-improving Wilton Speight can QB Michigan to a 10th win with help from Jabrill Peppers and an excellent defense. Look for Jim Harbaugh's squad to rise to the occasion once again in their next step towards history.
LET'S GO BLUE!