2022 Michigan Football Game-By-Game Predictions: Fall Camp Edition

By W.G. Brady  - Senior News Desk Writer
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Fall camp is well underway and we are less than three weeks away from the start of the 2022 college football season, which means it’s time for my latest game-by-game predictions for the Michigan Wolverines.

Michigan will be looking to go back-to-back in the Big Ten Conference after they won the Big Ten Championship in 2021 to advance to the College Football Playoff.

The Wolverines lost quite a few players, especially on the defensive side of the ball and there is no question about it that they will have their work cut out for them during the coming season. That being said, the Wolverines will have one of the top offenses in the nation and that will get them a very long way.

Michigan Football game-by-game predictions for the 2022 season. (Fall Camp Edition)

Sept. 3 vs. Colorado State (WIN 49-10)

Sept. 10 vs. Hawaii (WIN 52-3)

Sept. 17 vs. UConn (WIN 56-0)

Sept. 24 vs. Maryland (WIN 31-20)

This could be a trap game for the Wolverines as it is their first Big Ten game of the season and it takes place a week before they head to Iowa. Luckily, Michigan gets the Terrapins at The Big House.

Oct. 1 @Iowa (WIN 23-20)

Oct. 8 @Indiana (WIN 41-20)

Oct. 15 vs. Penn State (WIN 27-23)

Oct. 22 BYE WEEK

Oct. 29 vs. Michigan State (WIN 30-17)

According to a source of ours, this game is likely to be played under the lights at the Big House.

Nov. 5 @ Rutgers (WIN 37-14)

Nov. 12 vs. Nebraska (WIN 31-23)

Look out for Nebraska in 2022. I believe they will be a formidable matchup for Michigan.

Nov. 19 vs. Illinois (WIN 42-13)

Nov. 26 @ Ohio State (LOSE 37-27)

As you can see, I have Michigan going undefeated before losing in Columbus against Ohio State in their final game of the season.

11-1 is not too shabby but the Wolverines would likely fall short of their goal of winning the Big Ten as I think the Buckeyes will go undefeated before losing in the College Football Playoff.

Nation, how many games do you think Michigan Football will win in 2022?

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