Big Ten rivals meet up this weekend as Michigan looks to preserve its undefeated record
against visiting Nebraska in college football's Week 11 action on Saturday.
Nebraska is 3-6 on the year in the midst of transition as it seeks to find a replacement for Scott Frost,
and has lost the last three games overall, falling to second-to-last place in the West Division ahead of just Northwestern.
Michigan is playing for a whole lot more: sitting at 9-0 on the season and averaging over 42 points
per game with its eyes set on winning the Big Ten title and making the College Football Playoff for the second straight year.
What do the experts think of the matchup? Let's see how the College Football Power Index computer prediction model projects the game.
Michigan's chance of victory: The computers project Michigan has the overwhelming
97.1 percent chance to defeat Nebraska on Saturday.
Nebraska's chance of victory: That leaves the reeling Cornhuskers just a 2.9 percent shot to take down Michigan.
Michigan vs. Nebraska point spread: Michigan comes into the game as the comfortable 29 point favorite to defeat the Huskers,
according to the lines at SI Sportsbook.