Minnesota vs. Michigan: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
The Michigan Wolverines will look to get to 3-2 on the season when they welcome the Minnesota Golden Gophers to the Big House on Saturday. Michigan will be trying to rebound from a 26-10 loss to Utah last week, while Minnesota comes in with a record of 3-1 after defeating San Jose State 24-7 last weekend.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. ET
Live Stream: The game can be streamed live here.
TV Coverage: ABC/ESPN2
Week 4: Utah 26, Michigan 10
Quarterback Devin Gardner threw for just 148 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions. Backup Shane Morris replaced him late, completing 4-of-13 passes for 42 yards and an interception. Michigan's defense held Utah to 286 total yards.
Week 3: Michigan 34, Miami (OH) 10
Running back Derrick Green rushed the ball 22 times for 137 yards and two scores. The Wolverines held the RedHawks to just 33 rushing yards. Tight end Jake Butt caught his first touchdown pass since last season after tearing his ACL.
Week 2: Notre Dame 31, Michigan 0
The Wolverines were shut out for the first time 1984. Their streak of consecutive games without being shut out, the longest in the NCAA, was snapped at 365. Michigan turned the ball over four times, including three interceptions from Devin Gardner.
Week 1: Michigan 52, Appalachian State 14
The win avenged the Wolverines' loss to the Mountaineers in a monumental upset in 2007. Green and De'Veon Smith combined to run for 285 yards on 23 carries. Wide receiver Devin Funchess had seven receptions for 95 yards and a career-high three touchdowns.
Week 4: Minnesota 24, San Jose State 7
Quarterback Chris Streveler went just 1-of-7 for seven yards and an interception in relief of starter Mitch Leidner but rushed the ball 18 times for 161 yards and a touchdown. Running back David Cobb carried the ball 34 times for 207 yards and two touchdowns. Minnesota's defense forced five turnovers.
Week 3: TCU 30, Minnesota 7
Leidner threw for 151 yards and three interceptions. Overall, the Gophers had just 268 yards of total offense. Minnesota was held scoreless until the fourth quarter.
Week 2: Minnesota 35, Middle Tennessee 24
Cobb ran for a career-high 220 yards and two touchdowns on 29 carries. He became Minnesota's first 200-yard rusher since Amir Pinnix in 2005. Leidner was injured early in the fourth quarter and replaced by Streveler.
Week 1: Minnesota 42, Eastern Illinois 20
Freshman running back Berkley Edwards ran for two touchdowns in his first career game. Leidner threw one touchdown pass and ran for two touchdowns. Defensive lineman Alex Keith had a sack and recovered two fumbles.
- Ben Estes