2022 Michigan football ‘Way-Too-Early’ game-by-game predictions

The 2021 season is in the books for the Michigan Wolverines and they finished the season with a Big Ten Championship and a 12-2 overall record.

That being said, let’s take a ‘Way-Too-Early’ look at how Michigan will fare in 2022.

As you can see below, the Wolverines open up with three home games against Colorado State, Hawaii, Connecticut, and Maryland. Following a rather easy start to the season, Michigan will hit the road to take on Iowa in the first game of a four-game stretch that includes the Hawkeyes, Penn State, Nebraska, and Michigan State.

When all is said and done, our ‘Way-Too-Early’ prediction is that Michigan will be 11-0 heading into the Ohio State game, where they will lose a close one.

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

2022 Michigan Football Schedule

Date Opponent PREDICTION
Sep. 3
Colorado State Football Schedule Colorado State Rams Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI W 38-13
Sep. 10
Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI W 48-7
Sep. 17
UConn Huskies Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI W 29-0
Sep. 24
Maryland Football Schedule Maryland Terrapins Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI W 34-21
Oct. 1
Iowa Football Schedule at Iowa Hawkeyes Kinnick Stadium, Iowa City, IA W 27-24 OT
Oct. 8
Penn State Football Schedule Penn State Nittany Lions Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI W 38-35
Oct. 15
Nebraska Football Schedule Nebraska Cornhuskers Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI W 27-17
Oct. 22
Michigan State Football Schedule at Michigan State Spartans Spartan Stadium, East Lansing, MI W 17-14
Oct. 29
Illinois Fighting Illini Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI W 23-6
Nov. 5
Nov. 12
Indiana Football Schedule Indiana Hoosiers Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI W 38-10
Nov. 19
Rutgers Football Schedule at Rutgers Scarlet Knights SHI Stadium, Piscataway, NJ W 27-10
Nov. 26
Ohio State Football Schedule at Ohio State Buckeyes Ohio Stadium, Columbus, OH L 27-24


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