Michigan-Maryland game time moved up
Hurricane Joaquin has already made its presence felt.
The pending storm forced the Michigan-Maryland game to be moved up eight hours. The kickoff at Byrd Stadium will now be at noon ET on Saturday on Big Ten Network.
As a result, the Illinois-Nebraska game will be moved back to 3:02 p.m. CT.
Big Ten Network already canceled its plans to be on site for its pregame and postgame broadcasts. With the switch, the Minnesota-Northwestern game will still air at noon on Saturday.
The Wolverines will be a 15.5-favorite when they play their first B1G road game of the Jim Harbaugh era.
With two games now being broadcast at noon ET, fans can go to BTN.com/Gamefinder to find their game locally. For cable subscribers, enter your zip code and provider into Gamefinder to find the games and alternate channels in your area. For subscribers of national providers (DirecTV, Dish, Verizon FiOS and AT&T U-verse), consult the graphic at the top of the Gamefinder page.
All games can also be streamed via the web, smartphones, tablets and connected devices on BTN2Go, BTN’s digital extension. The Minnesota at Northwestern game can be found here, the Michigan at Maryland game can be found here and the Nebraska at Illinois game can be found here.