[tps_title]November 16 – vs. Michigan State[/tps_title]
With expectations high, Michigan State disappointed for the second time in three seasons by finishing with a 7-6 record, including losses to Michigan and Ohio State. The Spartans offense was horrendous as they scored less than 20 points in more than half their games.
In 2019, I believe the Spartans will have one of the top defenses in America but the question will be, can the offense do enough to win against good teams. Michigan will be looking to make a statement at home and will take down the Mark Dantonio and company.
Michigan 23 Michigan State 13
November 23 – @ Indiana
After finishing 5-7 in 2018, the Indiana Hoosiers will look to rebound in 2019.
After a tough win over Michigan State, coupled with a matchup against Ohio State a week away, Michigan will have to be focused on the task at hand when they travel to Bloomington. This one will be closer than the experts think but the Wolverines will pull away in the fourth quarter.
Michigan 34 Indiana 17
November 30 – vs. Ohio State
In 2018, Ohio State seemed to play down to their competition in almost every game of the season. That is until Michigan came to town in their final regular-season game. As we know, the Buckeyes absolutely dominated the Wolverines in that game, eliminating Michigan from the Big Ten Championship Game and a shot at the College Football Playoff.
You can be sure that Harbaugh and the Wolverines will be ready to get some revenge (not Revenge Tour) in 2019 and that is exactly what they will do.
Michigan 31 Ohio State 27
Nation, what do you think the Wolverines final record will be?