Michigan Releases Full Revised Schedule for the 2020 College Football Season

Jim Harbaugh before a game against Ohio State State.
Jim Harbaugh before a game against Ohio State State. / Leon Halip/Getty Images

The pandemic has caused the entire sports world to rethink how they do pretty much everything and college football is no different. With each conference being forced to revise their schedules this season, and mostly focusing on conference play, the Big Ten released its new schedule for each team. The goal is to travel less and in turn create less opportunity for players, coaches and staff to get infected, much like what the MLB is doing.

Let's take a look at the new 2020 football schedule for the Michigan Wolverines.

1. Week 1 (9/5) – Purdue Boilermakers

2. Week 2 (9/12) – @ Minnesota Golden Gophers

3. Week 3 (9/19) – Penn State Nittany Lions

4. Week 4 (9/26) – @ Rutgers Scarlett Knights

5. Week 5 (10/3) – Michigan State Spartans

6. Week 6 (10/10) – Bye Week

7. Week 7 (10/17) – @ Indiana Hoosiers

8. Week 8 (10/24) – @ Ohio State Buckeyes

9. Week 9 (10/31) – Wisconsin Badgers

10. Week 10 (11/7) – Maryland Terrapins

11. Week 11 (11/14) – Bye Week

12. Week 12 (11/21) – @ Northwestern Wildcats

Michigan gets two tough games in its first four weeks with matchups against Penn State and Michigan State in Weeks 2 and 4, respectively. Week 8 brings the biggest matchup of the year for them, against their fiercest rival, the Ohio State Buckeyes on the road in Columbus.

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