The lone remaining kickoff time for the Michigan Wolverines has been set with the announcement on Monday that the game at Indiana on Nov. 23 will begin at 3:30 p.m. ET and be broadcast via ABC or ESPN.
Michigan has not played a 3:30 game all season long with six noon kickoffs and three night games in the first nine contests of the year. The games against Michigan State and Ohio State were already set for 12 p.m., so the trip to Bloomington was the last slot to be filled until the postseason.
The Hoosiers are currently ranked inside the top 25 after coming in at No. 24 in this week’s AP poll. They head to Penn State for a game this weekend.
Michigan has won 23 in a row in the series and has an all-time record of 58-9 in the series. The Hoosiers generally put a scare into the Wolverines, especially so when that game has come before the Ohio State game the last week of the year.