Angelique S. Chengelis: Michigan is not going to stop Tevin Coleman, but the Wolverines, despite their inconsistent offense, should be able to take advantage of the Hoosiers defense, which has allowed an average 34.9 points a game and is last in passing defense in the Big Ten, allowing an average 282.6 yards. Michigan 31-21

Matt Charboneau: Michigan has the worst scoring offense in the Big Ten while Indiana has the worst scoring defense, so something has to give. Tevin Coleman will no doubt get his share of yardage on the ground for the Hoosiers, but they'll again be limited by inexperience at quarterback. Expect Michigan to do just enough to keep its bowl hopes alive. Michigan 24-20

Bob Wojnowski: It's down to the raw motivations for 3-5 Michigan, and not losing to Indiana at home should be a decent-sized motivation. The Hoosiers have a freshman quarterback making his second start, but they also have fantastic runner Tevin Coleman. This will be on the Wolverines defense to make some sort of stand. I said "stand," not "stake." Michigan 34-19

John Niyo: Hard to believe, but a loss puts the Wolverines in the Big Ten cellar. A one-dimensional Indiana offense — even with Tevin Coleman — may not be enough to put them there. Michigan 28-21