At long last, college football is nearly back. Here’s how to watch Michigan Wolverines football throughout the 2022 season.
Go Blue! Football is almost back – which means we finally have our Saturday rituals back. Here’s how to watch Michigan Wolverines football in 2022.
Michigan Wolverines 2022 Outlook
Expectations are as high as ever after the Wolverines made it to the Playoffs last year. However, plenty of talent has left Ann Arbor. So now we’re going to see if Harbaugh can work some magic again in 2022.
Michigan’s got some options at quarterback. We may see Cade McNamara or J.J. McCarthy under center this season – although it seems likely that the Wolverines will use both. And the good news is whoever is taking snaps will have the benefit of playing behind a really strong offensive line.
The o-line lost two starters from a year ago, but added Rimington Trophy finalist Olusegun Oluwatimi at center. He’ll be opening up plenty of holes for running back Blake Corum, who would’ve easily rushed for 1,000 yards if not for an ankle sprain a season ago.
Plus, Michigan will get Ronnie Bell back. Bell went down with an ACL injury at the start of last season, but has caught 83 passes for 1,380 yards during his time with the Wolverines.
Defensively, the big question will be how the Wolverines replace Aidan Hutchinson and David Ojabo.
Michigan Football Schedule 2022
Currently, five of Michigan’s games are locked into a time slot and a network.
Saturday, September 3: vs Colorado State (12PM ET, ABC)
Saturday, September 10: vs Hawaii (8PM ET, Big Ten Network)
Saturday, September 17: vs UConn (12PM ET, ABC)
Saturday, November 26 at Ohio State (12PM ET, FOX)
Looking at the schedule, Michigan should be favored in their first four games (Colorado State, Hawaii, UConn, Maryland). Traveling to Iowa will be a tough task, but the Wolverines get Penn State and Michigan State in Ann Arbor this year.
How To Watch Michigan Football In 2022
The best way to watch Michigan football is with fuboTV. Those in Michigan will get access to all of their local stations (NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX), which will obviously cover a good number of games.
Plus, you’ll get ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS and ESPNU. In certain markets, you can even get the Big Ten Network. Not that the Big Ten Network will carry many games, but you’ll likely get the chance to see smaller matchups (like Hawaii).
fuboTV’s Pro plan includes 128 channels (including all those listed above), a cloud DVR with 1,000 hours of space and unlimited screens on your home Wi-Fi network. You can get a one-week free trial today and after that it’s $69.99 per month.
You can cancel your plan anytime, so if you just want to roll with them from August until January, feel free.
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