Michigan is 5-1 this season and is expected to be in for a dog fight Saturday night. The Wolverines travel to take on Penn State in what is being deemed a White Out game for the Nittany Lions.

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Penn State, two seasons ago, crushed Michigan in Happy Valley 42-13. The Wolverines went on to lose three more games that year. Last season, Michigan got revenge.

In Ann Arbor, the Wolverines defeated the Nittany Lions 42-7. It was a demolition. So, what will the game be like this year back in Happy Valley?

Michigan players remember what happened last year and the last time the team played at Penn State. They were two entirely different games, but Wolverine defensive back Josh Metellus is still seeking revenge from two years ago:

“Every game is, for real” he said. “We already got a loss. We can’t afford another one. So, every game we play. Saturday at Noon, 3:30, 7:30, is the defining moment in our season.”

More from Metellus:

“I’m really looking forward to it,” Metellus said. “I’ve been looking forward to it the past two years ever since we went down there my sophomore year. I’m just really excited to get after it and get there on Saturday and play 7:30 (p.m. ET) primetime, big stage.

“We haven’t finished the payback. Playing there, losing there still hurts regardless if we won last year. We’re going back and the last time we was there we lost. We got nothing to show for it being there. So, you know it’s the same feeling of revenge going back to their place.

“I like it that it’s pretty much the same thing, whiteout, 7:30 (p.m.) at night. You know, it’s going to help bring back the same emotion I felt leaving that game. Basically everybody else that was here know we’re going to have that same emotion once we get into that atmosphere, once we see what’s going on, feel the big stage, I feel like everyone is going to come out to play.”

More from Metellus can be found here.

Michigan-Penn State is scheduled for a 7:30 p.m. ET kickoff Saturday in Happy Valley. The game will be televised on ABC.