Next weekend’s matchup between No. 15 Michigan and Indiana has a broadcast network.
On Sunday, Indiana announced that Saturday’s game between the Wolverines and Hoosiers is scheduled to air on ESPN, with kickoff scheduled for 3:30 p.m. ET. Michigan enters the game riding a three-game winning streak and 8-2 on the season. Indiana is 7-3 following a loss to Penn State.
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Michigan and Indiana have met 67 times on the gridiron, with the Wolverines owning a commanding 58-9 advantage in the all-time series. Michigan has won 23 straight over Indiana, with IU’s last victory coming in 1987.
This season, the Hoosiers are 0-2 against ranked opponents, falling to Ohio State and Penn State.
Despite the lopsided series, Indiana has played Michigan extremely well over the last few years, particularly in Bloomington. The last three games at Memorial Stadium have been decided by a touchdown or less, with the meetings in 2015 and 2017 both being decided in overtime.