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LIVE GAME FEED: Northwestern at No. 6 Michigan

Stay tuned here for updates on Northwestern's contest against the Michigan Wolverines.

Northwestern Wildcats (3-3) at Michigan Wolverines (6-0)

Time: 11 a.m. CT

Watch: FOX

Listen: WGN Radio

Northwestern is coming off a much needed win over Rutgers last week to get their record up to 3-3. This week, they travel to Ann Arbor to take on the sixth ranked Michigan Wolverines. Follow all the action to below to see if the Wildcats can pull off the upset!

**Keep it here or @SIWildcatsDaily on Twitter for live updates from this morning's game!**

LIVE THREAD:

Coin toss: Michigan wins the toss and defers to the second half, Northwestern to receive

1ST QTR: Andrew Clair receives the opening kick, Wildcats offense starts at their own 25.

1ST QTR: Ryan Hilinski to Malik Washington down the sideline for 29 yards.

1ST QTR: Cade McNamara to Cornelius Johnson for the first Michigan first down of the day.

1ST QTR: A Brandon Joseph sack forces 3rd and 17 for Michigan, which they cannot convert as they punt the ball back to Northwestern. 

END OF 1ST QTR: Game tied 0-0

2ND QTR: Blake Corum dives over the pile at the goal line for the Michigan touchdown, Wolverines lead 7-0.

2ND QTR: On third and goal, the Wildcat defense stops Michigan short to force fourth and goal

2ND QTR: Jake Moody puts it through from 20 yards out, Michigan leads 10-0. 

2ND QTR: Evan Hull takes it 75 yards for the first Northwestern points on the day, Michigan leads 10-7. 

2ND QTR: The Wildcat defense forces a turnover in the red zone to keep Michigan off the board to end the half. 

HALFTIME: Michigan leads 10-7

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3RD QTR: Michigan receives the kick to start the second half, they will start at their own 26-yard line.

3RD QTR: Blake Corum makes a couple defenders miss for a gain of 24 yards. 

3RD QTR: Corum gets his second rushing touchdown of the day, taking it in from five yards out to put Michigan up 17-7. 

3RD QTR: Hilinski throws a screen to Hull who takes it for 26 yards and a first down. 

3RD QTR: The Kuhbander 39-yard field goal attempt sails wide left, Michigan maintains a 17-7 lead.

3RD QTR: Michigan special teams gets through and comes up with a blocked punt.

3RD QTR: Hassan Haskins takes it in from 13 yards out to make it 24-7 Michigan.  

3RD QTR: J.J. McCarthy comes in for Michigan and keeps it himself for 24 yards and a Michigan first down. 

3RD QTR: Jake Moody connects on a 44-yard field goal to make the Michigan lead 27-7. 

3RD QTR: Hilinski to Washington for a gain of 15. and a Northwestern first down. 

END OF 3RD QTR: Michigan leads 27-7.

4TH QTR: Hilinski throws an interception, Michigan returns it to the Northwestern 15-yard line. 

4TH QTR: Hassan Haskins gets his second rushing touchdown of the game, the Michigan two-point attempt is no good. Michigan leads 33-7. 

4TH QTR: The Northwestern defense continues to fight as they force and recover a Michigan fumble. 

4TH QTR: Carl Richardson fumbles and the Wolverine defense recovers it. 

4TH QTR: J.J. McCarthy connects with Sainristil for 18 yards and a Michigan first down.

4TH QTR: Jake Moody misses the 47-yard field goal attempt wide right as the Northwestern defense holds.

4TH QTR: Marcus Cisco will take it for 16 yards and a Northwestern first down.

FINAL: Michigan beats Northwestern 33-7 as the Wildcats fall to 3-4 on the season. They return home next weekend to take on the Minnesota Golden Gophers.