Michigan Wolverines vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers: Watch Live TV Stream Online for Free; Preview
The Michigan Wolverines and the Nebraska Cornhuskers will both attempt to improve their overall record when they face each other Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska on Saturday night. The game is scheduled to take place at 8 p.m. ET and can be seen by most people on ESPN2 depending on your local television coverage. However, if you are not able to watch the game on television, you can watch the live online TV stream for free by clicking here.
The No. 22 ranked Michigan Wolverines head into this game with an overall record of five wins and just two losses. They are also undefeated in the Big Ten conference with three wins and zero losses. Michigan's wins came over the Air Force Falcons, the Massachusetts Minutemen, the Purdue Boilermakers, the Illinois Fighting Illini and the Michigan State Spartans. Their losses came at the hands of the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
The unranked Nebraska Cornhuskers also enter this game with an overall record of five wins and two losses. They are currently 2-1 in the Big Ten conference. The Nebraska Cornhuskers have recorded victories over the Southern Miss Golden Eagles, the Arkansas State Red Raiders, the Idaho State Bengals, the Wisconsin Badgers and the Northwestern Wildcats. Their two losses of the 2012 college football season thus far came at the hands of the UCLA Bruins and the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Considering the overall records of both teams involved, you may be more than a little bit surprised to learn that the Nebraska Cornhuskers are actually considered 2.5 point favorites to defeat the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday night. We tend to disagree with the odds makers and believe that Nebraska will likely lose this game by at least double digits. And yes, we realize they are playing at home in Lincoln.
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