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Rutgers (3-0) at No. 19 Michigan (3-0)
Where: Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI
Kick-off: Saturday, September 25 at 3:30 PM ET
Weather: 66 degrees, partly cloudy with a 5% chance of rain, 10-15 mph winds
TV: ABC with Sean McDonough (play-by-play), Todd Blackledge (color), Molly McGrath (sideline)
Radio: RWJBarnabas Health Rutgers Sports Network (WCTC 14-50-AM, WOR 710-AM, XM 389) with Chris Carlin (play-by-play), Julian Pinnix-Odrick (analyst) and Anthony Fucilli (sideline); WRSU 88.7 FM - Dylan McCoy & Jake Schmied
Current Spread: Michigan -20.5
Series History: Michigan leads 6-1, last season Michigan defeated Rutgers 48-42 in triple overtime.
Michigan SB Nation Site: Maize n Brew
Game day is upon us and it’s a huge opportunity for Rutgers football. Not only would a victory send shockwaves throughout the Big Ten and across college football, but it would end a 30 game losing streak against ranked foes.
It won’t be easy against a Michigan team that is clicking on all cylinders and leads the nation in rushing. Aside from slowing the Wolverines down on the ground, Sean Gleeson’s offense needs to put together enough big plays and sustained drives for the Scarlet Knights to have a chance to pull the upset. Rain is no longer in the forecast so the deep ball could be featured by both teams.
This game also features two of just four teams that have yet to commit a turnover this season. Turnover margin will be a major key, as well Rutgers limiting penalties as they enter Saturday with the fewest per game in the country.
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The stage is set pic.twitter.com/os1Mbue57R— Rutgers Football (@RFootball) September 25, 2021