Michigan will host Rutgers on Oct. 28 for its homecoming game. Rutgers-Michigan is slated as a 12 p.m. ET kickoff at Michigan Stadium. The Wolverines defeated the Scarlet Knights 78-0 on Oct. 8, 2016 at High Point Solutions Stadium in Piscataway, N.J..Rutgers is the oldest program in college football history, while the Wolverines are one of the most storied programs The two teams, however, didn’t meet until 2014, when Rutgers began Big Ten play.
Michigan remains ranked in the new AP Poll and Coaches Poll Top 25 college football rankings. The Wolverines beat Indiana, 27-20 in overtime, to make sure they didn’t drop out of the polls. A week after falling out of the top 10, Michigan remains in both the Associated Press Top 25 poll and the USA Today Amway Coaches poll. What it means: Michigan simply needed a win against the Hoosiers in order to remain in the rankings.
Michigan and Indiana kick off at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday, Oct. 14, in a Big Ten game. Stay here for live updates, scores and analysis. The Wolverines and Hoosiers meet for the 66th time. Michigan defeated Indiana 20-10 on Nov. 19, 2016 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Mich. The Wolverines are 56-9 all-time against the Hoosiers, and haven’t lost a game to Indiana since 1987. Michigan looks to rebound after last weekend’s 14-10 loss at home against Michigan State, and aims for its 500th Big Ten win.
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Selecting a term
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