Michigan State vs. Wisconsin Forecast & Odds: Nasty Weather Expected at Camp Randall Stadium

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  • Today's Michigan State vs. Wisconsin college football matchup (3:30 p.m. ET, BTN) is expecting brutal weather conditions and affecting the odds.
  • Learn how bettors can take advantage of today's forecast for Camp Randall Stadium.

Much of the Midwest is expecting cold and windy weather today, which should affect a handful of Saturday’s college football games. And when it comes to breezy conditions, Michigan State vs. Wisconsin will be played in the most drastic weather.

Interestingly, this total sits at 40.5, where it has been since Wednesday evening. But as I mentioned, today’s forecast could have a significant impact on the Michigan State vs. Wisconsin over/under from now until kickoff, and here’s why.

Odds as of Saturday at 10 a.m. ET and via PointsBet, where Action Network users get an exclusive 200% deposit match (deposit $50, bet with $150).

Michigan State vs. Wisconsin Weather Forecast

Betting on the total has been very balanced throughout the week, with 56% of bets on the under, while 55% of the money is on the over. Like I mentioned, balanced.

However, with strong winds expected for today’s game, don’t be surprised to see this number nose-dive as more bettors become aware of this forecast.

According to Bet Labs, college football games played in consistent breezes of at least 13 mph have gone under the total 56.4% of the time since 2005.

That win rate spikes to 59.6% when temperatures are 60 degrees or below — Michigan State vs. Wisconsin will see temps in the high-40s.

And finally, unders are 45-16-2 (73.8%) when a game is played in temperatures below 60 degrees with sustained winds of at least 20 mph. Today’s game is expecting average winds of 22 mph.

You know what to do.

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