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Nebraska-Michigan 2022: TV Channel, Time, Live Stream, Odds, Preview

November 12, 2022

Nebraska (3-6, 2-4 Big Ten) is on the road for a matchup with Michigan (9-0, 5-0 Big Ten) at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor. Saturday’s meeting will mark the 12th all-time meeting between the two programs, and the sixth since Nebraska joined the Big Ten Conference in 2011. Michigan currently holds a 6-4-1 all-time lead in the series.

Out of the six meetings between the Huskers and Wolverines since 2011, four have been played at Michigan Stadium. Michigan is set to travel to Lincoln next season on Sept. 20, 2023.

Nebraska and Michigan played three times before 1917, and then three additional times prior to the 2011 season. They included a regular seating meeting in 1962, and then a pair of bowl games in 1985 and 2005.

Nebraska-Michigan football TV channel, time, live stream

TV Channel: ABC

Time: 2:30 p.m. CT

Date: Saturday, Nov. 12

Live stream: ESPN app (with TV provider)

Radio: Nebraska fans can listen to the game on the new Huskers Radio Network. Internet radio, as well as a Spanish broadcast, will be available at Huskers.com.

Location: Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Weather: Michigan in November. Not really the best place to be if you need to be outdoors for an extended amount of time, but it won’t be THAT bad on Saturday.

Full forecast and updates brought to you by Rusty Dawkins of Husker Weather. More here.

 

Nebraska-Michigan football picks, odds

The line: Michigan -30.5

Over/under: 48.5

(per the VI Consensus)

 

Nebraska-Michigan preview

Nebraska heads into Saturday’s matchup with Michigan following a loss to Minnesota last weekend. The Huskers will be without starting quarterback Casey Thompson for another game as he recovers from an injury suffered against Illinois. Who will start for the Huskers in his place?

“I think we’re all going to find out Saturday at about 3:30,” head coach Mickey Joseph said on Thursday. “I’ll let you guys know.”

As for what Nebraska hopes to do on the offense on Saturday, Joseph was clear that the Huskers will need to be able to run the ball.

“The No. 1 thing we’ve got to do, we’ve got to be able to hand that ball off. Hand that ball off. Slow it down,” Joseph said. “That’s what we’ve got to do.”

As for Michigan, the Wolverines come into the matchup with Nebraska at a perfect 9-0 on the season. That includes a 6-0 mark in Big Ten Conference play. Michigan is currently ranked No. 3 in both the current Associated Press poll and coaches polls, as well as No. 5 in the first College Football Playoff rankings last week. That follows a 52-17 win at Rutgers last Saturday.

The Wolverines have a powerful run game, which averages 250 rushing yard per game. That ranks Michigan first in the Big Ten and fourth in the nation. The Wolverines also have one of the country’s top defensive units, ranking in the top five nationally in scoring defense, total defense, rushing defense and pass efficiency defense.

Also, Michigan has won 13 straight home games heading into the matchup with Nebraska.

You can get a bigger breakdown of Michigan in Brady Oltmans’ preview of the Wolverines.

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