Complete info for Miami (OH) vs. Michigan in Week 3.
Miami (OH) RedHawks vs. Michigan Wolverines
The Michigan Wolverines will look to bounce back from last week's loss to Notre Dame when they play Miami University in Ann Arbor. The Wolverines enter the game at 1-1, while the RedHawks are 0-2 following a loss to Eastern Kentucky last week.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. ET
Live Stream: The game can be streamed live here.
TV Coverage: Big Ten Network
Michigan is 5-0 against Miami all-time, including a 16-6 victory the last time the teams played in 2008.
Starting quarterback Devin Gardner passed for 189 yards and three interceptions last week against Notre Dame. It was his fourth career game having two or more interceptions.
Wide receiver Devin Funchess had 107 yards on nine catches against the Fighting Irish last week. He's totaled 202 receiving yards through two games.
Michigan head coach Brady Hoke's father, John, played for two seasons at Miami.
Tight end Jake Butt returned from an ACL tear to play against Notre Dame. Freshman defensive back Jabrill Peppers was held out of the game against the Fighting Irish with an ankle injury, and cornerback Raymon Taylor was forced to leave early with a knee injury.
Miami (OH) facts
Miami hasn't won a game since Oct. 27, 2012.
First-year head coach Chuck Martin has experience preparing for Michigan, having spent the past four seasons on Notre Dame's staff.
The Redhawks missed two field goals and had six turnovers during last week's loss.
Fifth-year senior quarterback Andrew Hendrix, a transfer from Notre Dame, ranks 11th in the nation with 677 passing yards.
Defensively, Miami ranks 93rd in the country in points against, yielding 29.5 points per game.