Michigan picked up a big 24-15 win over Penn State in Week 11, proving it has the ability to beat good teams. Now, the embattled Wolverines travel to take on Maryland in their final road contest of the year.
Coach Jim Harbaugh wasn’t on the sidelines against Penn State, and interim coach/offensive coordinator Sherrone Moore went back to a strategy that has been tried and tested for Michigan over the last three seasons: He ran the ball down Penn State’s throat. The Wolverines didn’t attempt a pass in the second half, and their defense held off a late Nittany Lions comeback attempt.
Maryland clinched bowl eligibility with a game-winning field goal vs. Nebraska, snapping a four-game losing skid. The Terrapins are arguably more familiar than anyone with Michigan, with former offensive coordinator Josh Gattis now in the same role at Maryland under Mike Locksley.
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With many eyes turned to The Game against Ohio State still to come, the Wolverines still need a win against the Terrapins, given the extremely competitive College Football Playoff field.
Here’s how to watch Michigan take on Maryland:
What channel is Michigan vs. Maryland on today?
Michigan vs. Maryland will air live on Fox’s “Big Noon Saturday.” Gus Johnson and Joel Klatt will call the game from the booth while Jenny Taft reports from the sideline.
Fans looking to stream the game can find it on the Fox Sports app, FoxSports.com or on Fubo, which offers a free trial.
Michigan vs. Maryland start time
Date: Saturday, Nov. 18
Time: Noon ET
Michigan vs. Maryland is scheduled to kick off at noon ET from SECU Stadium in College Park on Saturday, Nov. 18.
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Publish date : 2023-11-18 05:02:16
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