The kickoff time has been set for the Michigan Wolverines and Indiana Hoosiers showdown scheduled for Nov. 7 in Bloomington. The game will take place at 12 p.m. ET from Memorial Stadium and be broadcast nationally via Fox Sports 1.
GAME TIME ALERT— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) October 26, 2020
We'll kick off at Indiana at NOON ET for Game Three (11/7), over on FS1. pic.twitter.com/KbSaHM4QeH
This will be the second consecutive year that the game between these two teams takes place at Indiana. The Big Ten fixed a scheduling quirk that had Michigan playing its rivalry games vs. MSU and Ohio State both either at home or on the road in a given season. That gave Michigan another date with MSU this Saturday at home and this matchup is the flip side of that.
Michigan has dominated the all-time series against the Hoosiers by a margin of 59-9, which includes 27-straight victories in this matchup. There have been some close calls here and there, but the end result has been the same for nearly three decades.
This game will be far from a layup, especially after Indiana’s upset win over No. 8 Penn State over the weekend at home. It had been over 30 years since they exorcised that type of demon, so perhaps they are overdue.