With the Big Ten’s postponement of fall sports, Michigan Football, in collaboration with Learfield/IMG College, has created some Michigan football content for the fall. “Michigan Football Classics” is a weekly rewind to some of the great games in Wolverines football history. “Michigan Football Classics” will air each Saturday, starting at 11:30 am ET, until the start of the 2020 regular season.
2020 Football Classics Broadcast Schedule
9/12 — 24-14 W v Notre Dame in 1991 (Desmond Howard’s “The Catch”)
9/19 — 27-25 W v Penn State in 2005 (Manningham game-winner)
9/26 — 27-21 W v Indiana in 1979 (Wangler to Carter for the win)
10/3 — 41-35 W/3OT v MSU in 2004 (17-point comeback)
10/10 — Bob Ufer’s calls of Michigan-OSU (featuring 1969, 1971, 1980)
10/17 — 21-16 W v Washington State in 1998 Rose Bowl (title clincher)
2020 Regular Season
Beginning Saturday, October 24, the Wolverines will open the regular season at Minnesota for the Little Brown Jug. The 2020 season schedule, released September 19th, features a shortened, 8-game regular season, concluding with Champions Week for Week 9 on December 19th. There will be six divisional games (marked with asterisk), along with two cross-division games to complete each team’s conference-only schedule. Kickoff times TBA.
Oct 24 @ Minnesota
Oct 31 v Michigan State*
Nov 7 @ Indiana*
Nov 14 v Wisconsin
Nov 21 @ Rutgers*
Nov 28 v Penn State*
Dec 5 v Maryland*
Dec 12 @ OSU
Dec 19 — Champions Week – East v West
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Schedules subject to change without notice