The No. 7 Michigan Wolverines (10-2) and No. 10 Florida Gators (9-3) meet Saturday in the Peach Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. While bettors may have more interest in the CFP semifinals, the Peach Bowl is an intriguing matchup.

According to Westgate Sportsbook, the Wolverines are favored by six points. The over/under is 50 points.

Michigan had opened at -6, as well. The over/under opened at 51 points.

Both sides have strong numbers entering the matchup. The Wolverines lead the country in yards allowed per game (262.5) and are No. 12 in scoring defense (17.6 points per game), while the Gators are No. 27 in yards allowed (344.8) and 21st in scoring defense (20.4 ppg).

The coaches will be in focus. Florida head coach Dan Mullen is in his first year as head coach but was 5-2 in bowl games with Mississippi State.

Michigan head coach wants to end the season on a high note after a painful loss to Ohio State. He would also like to get another bowl victory after coming up short the past two seasons.

Prediction: The Wolverines want this game much more than the Gators. Florida may need to force turnovers to keep this game competitive. Expect Michigan to roll to a win despite some hiccups along the way.

Michigan over Florida, 27-14

Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh was disappointed with the way the 2018 regular season ended. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images