Originally written on isportsweb.com  |  Last updated 11/18/14
Michigan Football will host Nebraska on Saturday at the Big House. Kick off is scheduled for 3:30 and the game will be televised on ABC. For a complete game preview, click here: Nebraska at Michigan. For the extra points, read on. Michigan leads the all-time series vs Nebraska with a 4-3-1 mark. Michigan is 19-0 at home during the Brady Hoke era. Devin Gardner ranks 7th in school history with 10 career 200 yard passing games. Teamrankings.com projects Michigan to win 30-25. numberFire has the Wolverines winning 34-23. Jeremy Gallon (Photo by: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports) Jeremy Gallon has caught a pass in 34 consecutive games. That is the second longest streak in school history. If he extends that streak to 35 against Nebraska he will move into a second place tie with Jason Avant on Michigan’s all-time list. Gallon ranks 10th in school history with 2,229 career receiving yards. He ranks 11th with 134 career receptions. Among tight ends, Devin Funchess ranks 10th in Michigan history with 791 career receiving yards. So far this season, Frank Clark has established new career-highs in sacks (4.5), tackles-for-loss (8.0), tackles (27) and fumble recoveries (two). Last week, Kyle Bosch became just the third true freshman since 1987 to start on the offensive line for Michigan. Dean Dingman started as a true freshman in 1987 and Justin Boren did in 2007. Taylor Lewan has been named a semifinalist for the Rotary Lombardi Award, given annually to the nation’s top down lineman or linebacker. Lewan is only the ninth Michigan offensive linemen to be a starter for four seasons. Blake Countess is tied for the Big Ten lead and ranks 10th nationally with four interceptions. Raymon Taylor leads Michigan with 56 tackles. Dennis Norfleet ranks fourth on Michigan’s career list with 1,432 kickoff return yards. With 102 more receiving yards this season, Jeremy Gallon will become Michigan’s first 1,000 yard receiver since 2007 (Mario Manningham). Michigan ranks 14th nationally in rushing defense and 28th in total defense. Brendan Gibbons has converted a school record 136 consecutive extra points. Related articles Michigan Basketball: Game-by-game predictions Big Ten Football week 11 preview and predictions For more Michigan Football news, recruiting updates and opinion, visit our Michigan Football page If you would like to receive an email notification each time a Michigan Football and/or Basketball story is posted you can fill out the Email Notification Form.  
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