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Michigan Football announces rescheduled road date for Washington series

The Wolverines and Huskies will close out their series in 2028.

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The Michigan Wolverines and Washington Huskies were set to open the season in style last year in the first game of a home-and-home series. The COVID-19 pandemic and conference-only football schedules wiped that game off the 2020 slate, but we now have rescheduled date.

Michigan Athletics announced on Friday afternoon that the rescheduled game in Seattle between the two teams has been set for Sept. 9, 2028. The two teams will meet in Ann Arbor this season in a nationally-televised primetime contest on Sept. 11.

Washington’s series with Michigan State has been moved up to 2022 and 2023. The Spartans had a previously scheduled home-and-home set with Boise State that no longer will take place.

Below are Michigan’s non-conference opponents currently set through 2034. We should start to get news on 2025 and beyond in the not-so-distant future.


Sept. 4 vs. Western Michigan

Sept. 11 vs. Washington

Sept. 18 vs. Northern Illinois


Sept. 3 vs. Colorado State

Sept. 10 vs. Hawaii

Sept. 17 vs. Connecticut


Sept. 2 vs. East Carolina

Sept. 9 vs. UNLV

Sept. 16 vs. Bowling Green


Aug. 31 vs. Fresno State

Sept. 7 at Texas

Sept. 21 vs. Arkansas State


Sept. 6 at Oklahoma


Sept. 12 vs. Oklahoma


Sept. 11 vs. Texas


Sept. 9 at Washington


Sept. 3 vs. Notre Dame


Sept. 2 at Notre Dame