Michigan football is undefeated against these FBS teams

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Head coach Lloyd Carr holds the trophy after the Wolverines’ 21-16 win over Washington State in the 1998 Rose Bowl at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. /

Michigan football is undefeated against these Pac-12 teams

There have been some matchups between Michigan football and Pac-12 teams in the regular season, but most meetings have come during the postseason such as the Rose Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, or the Holiday Bowl.

Therefore, Michigan football owns an undefeated record against just three teams from the Pac-12 and here they are.

Arizona: The Wildcats have an 0-2 record against the Michigan Wolverines and both games were played during the 1970s in Ann Arbor. Michigan football won the two games by a combined score of 41-26.

Oregon State: Michigan football has an even better record against Oregon State. The Beavers have made four regular-season trips to Ann Arbor — each ending in a loss — plus the two teams met in the 1965 Rose Bowl, which was a 34-7 win for the Wolverines. That makes the Beavers 0-5.

Washington State: The Cougars are another team that’s never beaten Michigan football. The 1998 Rose Bowl is the most famous meeting. Charles Woodson and the Wolverines took down Ryan Left and Wazzu to clinch a share of the national title. U-M has hosted the Cougars three other times to boast a 4-0 record overall.

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