Michigan Football New 2020 Season Schedule Released

By michael obermuller
Michigan Football just released their new 2020 season schedule.
Michigan Football just released their new 2020 season schedule. / Dave Reginek/Getty Images

Back in August, the Big Ten joined many other NCAA Football Conferences in postponing the 2020 football season, with the plan being to play in the Spring. Now, just over one month later, the Big Ten has reversed their decision.

Michigan dropped its eight-game Conference-only schedule on Twitter this morning, and just like that the season is back on as if the cancelation never occurred in the first place.

Michigan Football Schedule 2020

The Michigan Wolverines will travel to Minnesota on October 24, to begin the shortened season. From there they come back to Michigan Stadium for their home opener against bitter rival Michigan State on Halloween.

The schedule will also include home games against Wisconsin, Penn State and Maryland, with the culmination of the 2020 sprint being a road game against Ohio State on December 12.

Like many other sports leagues have done around both the United States and the World, the Big Ten will play all 2020 games without fans in attendance. So keep an eye out for those game times and TV schedules going forward.

With the schedule officially set, its time for head coach Jim Harbaugh and his men to prepare. The team currently sits at +2000 odds to win the Big Ten, which ranks fourth on FanDuel Sportsbook, out of 14 contenders.

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