[tps_title]August 31 – vs. Middle Tennessee State[/tps_title]
We won’t even have to wait until September to watch Michigan football this year as the Wolverines open up the 2019 campaign at the Big House against Middle Tennessee State. After dropping their final two games, MTSU finished the 2018 season with an 8-6 record, including a 45-13 loss to Appalachian State in the New Orleans Bowl.
Being the first game of the season, there may be a bit of a feeling-out period, but expect Michigan to roll.
Michigan 51 Middle Tennessee State 0
September 7 – vs. Army
Army finished the 2018 season with an 11-2 record with their only losses coming to Duke (34-14) in their first game and to Oklahoma 28-21 on September 22.
This is a game Michigan fans should be a bit scared of but when all is said and done, the team with the higher level of talent will prevail.
Michigan 31 Army 17
September 21 – @ Wisconsin
Heading into the 2018 season, the thought by most was that Wisconsin would be one of the top teams in the nation. Unfortunately, the Badgers dropped four of their final seven games to drop to finish 5-4 in Big Ten conference play. Though they ended up bouncing back with an impressive 35-3 win over Miami in the Pinstripe Bowl, the season was a disappointment.
Road games in the Big Ten can be difficult and you can bet the Wolverines will not overlook the Badgers.
Michigan 27 Wisconsin 17