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Jan 01, 2018
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PARKING: Outback Bowl
Jan 01, 2018
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Jan 01, 2018
Mon, 12:00 PM
Outback Bowl: Michigan Wolverines vs. South Carolina Gamecocks
Jan 01, 2018
Mon, 12:00 PM
Sep 01, 2018
TBA
Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Michigan Wolverines
Sep 01, 2018
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Notre Dame Stadium
Notre Dame
,
IN
Sep 08, 2018
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Michigan Wolverines vs. Western Michigan Broncos
Sep 08, 2018
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Michigan Stadium
Ann Arbor
,
MI
Sep 15, 2018
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Michigan Wolverines Vs. Southern Methodist (smu) Mustangs
Sep 15, 2018
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Michigan Stadium
Ann Arbor
,
MI
Sep 22, 2018
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Michigan Wolverines vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers
Sep 22, 2018
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Michigan Stadium
Ann Arbor
,
MI
Oct 06, 2018
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Michigan Wolverines vs. Maryland Terrapins
Oct 06, 2018
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Michigan Stadium
Ann Arbor
,
MI
Oct 13, 2018
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Michigan Wolverines vs. Wisconsin Badgers
Oct 13, 2018
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Michigan Stadium
Ann Arbor
,
MI
Nov 03, 2018
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Michigan Wolverines vs. Penn State Nittany Lions
Nov 03, 2018
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Michigan Stadium
Ann Arbor
,
MI
Nov 17, 2018
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Michigan Wolverines vs. Indiana Hoosiers
Nov 17, 2018
TBA
Michigan Stadium
Ann Arbor
,
MI
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This has not been a good season so far for the Wolverines. They are 2-4 on the season, and they have looked really bad in three of those losses. On Sept. 6 they got shut out by Notre Dame 31-0. Two weeks later they were beat by Utah at home 26-10. The following week Minnesota came to town and the Wolverines looked really bad, losing 30-14, and the game was not that close. Last week they lost a close one on the road to Rutgers, who is in their first season in the Big Ten. In week one, they did avenge perhaps the most embarrassing moment in college football history when they beat Appalachian State 52-14. Then two weeks later they beat a bad Miami (Ohio) team 34-10. The next two games on the schedule will be really rough for the Wolverines. First they stay home to take on a drastically improved Penn State team. Then they travel to Michigan State for a game that many expect them to lose by several touchdowns. After that they have three “Winnable” games. First they take on Indiana at home. Then they travel to Northwestern. After that the Wolverines get a week off before taking on Maryland at home. The final week of the regular season of course consists of the age old rivalry when the Wolverines go on the road to take on Ohio State. Many are calling for the firing of head coach Brady Hoke. If this program does not get turned around soon, the fan may get their wish.

The Wolverines are one of the five most tradition rich teams in the nation, alongside of Texas, USC, Oklahoma, and Ohio State. The Wolverines have 11 National Championships and five “unclaimed” National Championships. In addition, the Wolverines have 42 Conference Championships and 78 consensus All-Americans.

The Michigan State Spartans finished 2014 with a record of 11-2 overall and 7-1 in the Big Ten Conference. The first of the two losses came against Oregon on the road in week two by a score of 46-27. Michigan State shouldn't feel too bad though. Autzen Stadium may be the hardest building in America at the moment to go win a road game. The second of the two losses came at home against at the time 8th ranked Ohio State by a score of 49-37. This loss is what kept the Spartans out of the Big Ten Championship game. Michigan State finished their season by defeating Baylor in maybe the best game of the 2014-2015 college football bowl season by a score of 42-41.

Michigan State returns many experienced players in 2015. The most notable of these is starting quarterback Connor Cook. Standing 6' 4” and 220 pounds, Coonor Cook is the prototypical big, strong, dropback pocket passer who as of this moment, is in contention to be drafted first overall next Spring. Michigan State's two biggest tests again this season will be Oregon in week two and Ohio State on Nov. 21, although the locations are switched around this time. Oregon will travel to East Lansing to take on the Spartans and Michigan State will travel to Columbus to take on Ohio State.

The Michigan Wolverines had high hopes for 2014. The Wolverines are currently 2-4 on the season, 0-2 in the Big Ten Conference, good for last place in their division. Former mega-recruit Devin Gardner and Shane Morris have been locked into a quarterback competition all offseason. That competition has spilled over into the regular season and Gardner has won the job going forward. Gardner has 911 yards, five touchdowns, and seven interceptions on the season. Gardner has also rushed for 131 yards and three touchdowns. The Wolverines have used a two running back system to success this season. Sophomore Derrick Green is the main running back. Green has 471 yards and three touchdowns on the season. Sophomore De’Veon Smith has 282 yards and four touchdowns on the season. The leading receiver for the Wolverines is Devin Funchess. On the season, Funchess has 29 receptions for 392 yards and three touchdowns.

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