2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
0-0, 1st in Big Ten - East

Michael Couzens ESPN College Football 

Here's where Wolverines QB commit Dylan McCaffrey will take the field tomorrow at 3:30 ET on ESPN as his Valor Christian team welcomes Saguaro High from Arizona.

AP Photo/Tony Ding
19hDan Murphy

Michigan QBs don't think they'll share duties

Michigan's quarterbacks have no idea who will be running the offense a week from Saturday when they play Hawaii. Whoever it is, though, will likely be the guy under center for the long term.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan quarterbacks don't expect to find out for sure who will be starting next week until next Saturday, but they can get a sense based on body language and reps next week. "I think I've got a feel now," Speight said. "But it's coach's decision and not many people know what goes on in coach Harbaugh's mind."

Nike

Michigan's unis one of many changes

Michael Jordan will be Michigan's honorary captain vs. Hawaii on Sept. 3 as the Wolverines become the first college feam to wear Jumpman gear on a football field. The new deal could bring in as much as $173.8 million over 15 years. McGee: Year of change

Lon Horwedel/Icon Sportswire
1dDan Murphy

Why you shouldn't feel bad for Blake O'Neill

Blake O'Neill may be best known for the failed punt against Michigan State, but the former Wolverines punter doesn't let it define him. Call it an Aussie thing if you want, but he has no regrets.

John Dixon/The News-Gazette/AP
1dBrian Bennett

What's new in the Big Ten for 2016?

The Big Ten will have a nine-game conference schedule in 2016, three new head coaches, a slew of talented freshmen, and the same old favorite.

ESPN.com Illustration
2dESPN.com staff

Who are college football's blue-blood programs?

It's a fun-but-complicated question: Who are college football's blue-blood programs? Our writers ranked all 128 and pinpointed the eight schools the sport wouldn't be the same without.

AP Photo
2dIvan Maisel

CFB royalty: Why blue bloods matter

Without them, a sport just isn't the same. Why college football blue bloods like Alabama, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas and USC make the game what it is.

Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

For most exciting player, the Herbie goes to ...

Kirk Herbstreit names Louisville's Lamar Jackson, Texas A&M's Christian Kirk, Michigan's Jabrill Peppers, Houston's Greg Ward Jr. and Alabama's Tim Williams as nominees for the nation's "most exciting player." 2016 Herbies

play
Desmond Howard optimistic Michigan can win Big 10 (4:08)
AP Photo/Tony Ding

Gary will get best of many offensive lines

Rashan Gary will live up to his billing as a game-changer along Michigan's defensive line, according to our Chris Low. He has the size to play now, and the skills aren't lacking, either. Most pressing questions (Insider)

play
Stanford Steve's college football over/unders (2:24)
play
Michigan State stuns Michigan with miraculous TD in final seconds (0:25)
play
Finebaum critical of Harbaugh after Solomon decommits (1:38)
play
Desmond Howard still bitter over Michigan's loss to Michigan State (1:20)
AP Photo/Mark Wallheiser
3dSharon Katz and Mark Schlabach

Man vs. metric: Two views on each top 25 team's toughest game

What matters more: What you see on the field or what you see in the analytics? Mark Schlabach and Sharon Katz discuss each top 25 team's toughest game of the year through those two lenses.

Phil Ellsworth / ESPN Images
3dTodd McShay

McShay's top DB prospects for 2017

Todd McShay ranks the top 10 cornerbacks and safeties on his draft board heading into the 2016 college football season, including Oklahoma's Jordan Thomas.

play
Relive the Michigan-Michigan State finale with Legos (0:26)
play
The summer of Jim Harbaugh (0:45)

Team Stats

Passing Yards234.355th
Rushing Yards152.793rd
Points For31.054th
Points Against17.211th

ESPN Fan Shop Powered By

  • adidas Men's Michigan Wolverines #98 Blue Replica Football JerseyPrice: $37.97 Shop

  • adidas Men's Michigan Wolverines Blue Sideline Coaches PoloPrice: $38.93 Shop