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Date: Saturday, Oct. 14
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
Location: Bloomington, Ind.
Venue: Memorial Stadium
Michigan Football looks to rebound from last week’s disappointing loss to Michigan State. everything you need to know for the Indiana game. Michigan quarterback Wilton Speight will continue miss time with an injured back he suffered late September against Purdue. means John O’Korn will make his third start against the Hoosiers on Saturday. O’Korn struggled against Michigan St, being intercepted three consecutive possessions in the second half of the Wolverines’ 14-10 loss in Arbor. Obviously, O’Korn must improve if Michigan wants to remain in the hunt in the Big Ten East.
The No. 17 Wolverines are coming off their first loss of the season, a 14-10 home defeat rival Michigan State. Michigan dropped 10 spots in the rankings with that result and is now trying to keep with Ohio State, Penn State and Michigan State at the top of the Big Ten East standings. Indiana is 3-2 and still looking for its first Big Ten win. A season-opening loss to Ohio State and a blowout at the hands Penn State two weeks ago has the Hoosiers at 0-2 in conference. Indiana will have to get creative if it score Michigan’s top-10 scoring defense and find ways to get the ball to running Morgan Ellison, receiver Simmie Cobbs Jr. and tight end Ian Thomas.
Redshirt Freshman quarterback Peyton Ramsey made his first career start Hoosiers against Charleston Southern. His solid outing ended with 321 yards and two touchdowns through the air. real test comes Saturday against the nation’s top-ranked defense. He has some talented play makers on offense. Can he make enough plays to put Indiana in position to win I expect the Hoosiers to start fast, Wolverines on their heels. This game has upset written all over it, if Michigan turns the ball over like it did a week ago. Expect Michigan to grind it out, while its defense converts a late Hoosiers.