Taking a four-score deficit into the halftime break, the Michigan Wolverines were routed, 49-11, at home by the No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday.

Now having lost three-straight games and standing at 1-3 in 2020, the Wolverines reached levels of futility the program had not seen in decades.

The 38-point loss was Michigan’s worst at home in nearly 85 years, when they fell to the Ohio State Buckeyes, 38-0, on November 23, 1935.

Additionally, the 1-3 start is the program’s worst since 1967, 53 years ago. Even during Rich Rodriguez’ first season at the helm in 2008, when the Wolverines posted a 3-9 record, the team began the year 2-2.

Looking to avoid their first single-season four-game losing streak since 2009, Michigan will travel to Piscataway to battle Greg Schiano’s Rutgers Scarlet Knights (1-3) on November 21 at 7:30 p.m. ET on the Big Ten Network.