Michigan announces addition of two nonconference home games to future schedule
Mark the calendars, Michigan has made some additions to its 2025 nonconference schedule.
Wednesday, Michigan announced that it has added two home games to its nonconference slate for the 2025 season, completing its out-of-conference schedule for the year. The Wolverines will host post New Mexico and Central Michigan that year.
Michigan will start the 2025 season with a home game against New Mexico on Saturday, Aug. 30 before taking a road trip to play Oklahoma on Sept. 6. The Wolverines will then close out the nonconference schedule with a Sept. 13 game against Central Michigan in Ann Arbor.
The game against New Mexico will mark the first time in history the two teams have played on the gridiron. Central Michigan and Michigan have played four times with the Wolverines winning all four contests.
The most recent meeting between Michigan and Central Michigan came in 2013, a game the Wolverines won 59-9.