Outback Bowl 2013: South Carolina vs. Michigan odds and lines

Andrew Weber-US PRESSWIRE

South Carolina is favored by 6 points in the Outback Bowl.

The South Carolina Gamecocks are favored to beat Michigan by 6 points in the Outback Bowl on Jan. 1. The Gamecocks opened as a 4-point favorite, but the line has since continued to shift in their favor.

South Carolina has lost just twice this season while earning impressive wins against then No. 5 Georgia and No. 11 Clemson in its regular season finale on Nov. 24. The Gamecocks' losses came against LSU and Florida who were both ranked in the top-ten at the time.

Michigan has lost four games this year including early defeats to No. 1 Notre Dame and No. 2 Alabama. Michigan's only win against a ranked opponent this season came against No. 24 Northwestern on Nov. 10.

Visits OddsShark.com for odds on all of this year's college football bowl games and information on other sports. SB Nation also posts all of the college football odds every week. Visit Maize N Brew for all the news updates on the Michigan Wolverines and Garnet & Black Attack for the latest on South Carolina.

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