Michigan vs. Florida, Peach Bowl: Prediction, pick, line, odds, TV channel, live stream, watch online
The appetizer to the College Football Playoff kicks off on Saturday at noon in Atlanta when No. 7 Michigan squares off with No. 10 Florida in the Peach Bowl. The Wolverines were in the CFP hunt until the final weekend of the regular season, when they lost 62-39 to arch-rival Ohio State. The Gators lost two games in a row prior to reeling off three straight victories to cap off coach Dan Mullen’s first year back in Gainesville, Florida, with a 9-3 record.
Will the Wolverines push their all-time record vs. the Gators to 5-0, or will Mullen’s crew polish off the 2018 season with win No. 10 — the first time Florida would accomplish that feat since 2012? One advantage UF does have for itself in the game is personnel. UM will be without some of its top players, who have declared early for the NFL Draft and chosen not to play in the game. There will be plenty of Gators turning pro as well, but only one has declared at this time (Chauncey Gardner-Johnson), and he made it clear he will be suiting up and giving it his all on Saturday.