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The Michigan Wolverines (5-0, 1-0) will play at Penn State (3-2, 0-1) on Saturday. Kick off is scheduled for 5pm and the game will be televised on espn. For a complete game preview click here: Michigan at Penn State. Click here for the Extra Points.
Tyler is 1-0 picking the results of Michigan games this year.
It’s no secret that Michigan’s road record under Brady Hoke isn’t the greatest, and any game in Happy Valley is sure to be a hostile environment. However, after a comfortable win against Minnesota last week I have to think that the Wolverines are feeling more confident. If Gardner can keep build on his turnover free performance against the Golden Gophers, and I think he will, Michigan will get win number six this Saturday. Final score: 31-20
Chad Godfrey @isportsChad
Chad is 5-0 picking the results of Michigan games this year.
Michigan leads the all-time series vs Penn State 10-6. The Nittany Lions have won the last three meetings. Hoke has never faced Penn State as a head coach. If Penn State wasn’t going with a true freshman in this one, I would take the Nittany Lions. But they are…and facing a Greg Mattison defense which prides itself on disguising it’s coverages and blitzes…will not be an easy task for the young Christian Hackenberg. He will do well…probably throw for close to 300 yards if not more…but he will throw a couple costly turnovers and cost Penn State the game. I think Devin Gardner will also turn the ball over…and the running game will struggle. Gardner will have to win it..and I think he grows up on this road trip….Michigan wins in come from behind fashion 29-28.
Lucas Rains @lucasrains
Lucas is 3-0 picking the results of Michigan games this year.
Fresh off a solid victory over Minnesota last week, Michigan will improve their record to 6-0 when they travel to Penn State for its first major road test of the season. Penn State enters the contest following its first ever loss to Indiana, so they will be looking to rebound. The Wolverines’ defense will cause problems by pressuring Penn State freshman quarterback Christian Hackenberg. With the emergence of Devin Funchess at wide receiver last week, I see the Penn State defense keying on him. I’m expecting big games out of Jeremy Gallon and Jehu Chesson as a result. Michigan will improve its record to 6-0 as it will defeat Penn State 35-14.
Rob White @isportsRob
Rob is 5-0 picking the results of Michigan games this year.
I really don’t know what to expect from the Wolverines this week. If they are the team I thought they were in the pre-season, they will win this game. It will require another efficient offensive performance in what will be a very hostile environment. I think the defense will play well. Brady Hoke has said that star linebacker Jake Ryan will dress for this game and might play. Here’s betting he gets some snaps in and that will give the defense a true playmaker. Bold prediction: Blake Countess nabs his 5th interception of the season and Devin Funchess will be a nightmare for the Nittany Lions defense. Michigan wins 35-17
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The Michigan Wolverines (5-0, 1-0) will play at Penn State (3-2, 0-1) on Saturday. Kick off is scheduled for 5pm and the game will be televised on espn. For a complete game preview click here: Michigan at Penn State. For the extra points, read on.
Michigan leads the all-time series against Penn State with a 10-6 record. The Wolverines have a 5-3 record at Beaver Stadium.
Devin Gardner resorted to his turnover prone ways in the first half of the Michigan game played in Happy Valley, and as a result the Wolverines trailed at halftime 10-21 to the Nittany Lions of Penn State.
Yet, fortunately for the Maize & Blue fans across the nation, college football games have more than one half because by the time the forth quarter started, Michigan owned...
The University of Michigan football team fell to the Penn State Nittany Lions Saturday night, losing 43-40 in quadruple overtime. The loss is the first of the season for Michigan, bring their season record to 5-1 and conference record to 1-1. Turnovers in the first half gave Penn State an early lead, but solid defensive play and an improved Devin Gardner saw Michigan take the lead...
If you watched this game, you’re probably as frustrated as I am. The Michigan football team dropped its first game of the year to Penn State in four overtimes 43-40. Michigan (5-1, 1-1 B1G) suffered from early turnovers and conservative play-calling late in the loss to Penn State (4-2, 1-1).
The first half was all Penn State. Devin Gardner struggled again as he turned the ball...
The 18th ranked Michigan Wolverines head to Happy Valley this Saturday to take on the Nittany Lions of Penn State. Historically, this has been a tough match-up for the Wolverines especially on the road. It seems hard to believe that this series only started back in 1993 with the Wolverines having an edge on the overall series 10-6.
Regardless of where these two programs...
The Michigan Wolverines (5-0, 1-0) will play at Penn State (3-2, 0-1) on Saturday. Kick off is scheduled for 5pm and the game will be televised on espn. For a complete game preview click here: Michigan at Penn State. Also be sure to check out the Extra Points and the Staff Picks for the game. Join us below for a live chat during the game.
With seconds left in their game against Penn St. the Michigan Wolverines lined up for a 52 yard game winning field goal. This is what happened:
After Penn St. failed to score during their possession, Michigan was left with a 40 yard field goal to win the game. Guess what happened…
And finally, after a costly fumble by Penn St. gave the Wolverines a third chance to win the game...
If I had to use two words to perfectly describe the University of Michigan’s football team this season, I would easily say disappointing and inconsistent.Michigan is one of those teams that are actually worse than their record says. Making it close with teams like Connecticut, Akron and most recently Penn State, the Wolverines have disappointed fans that expected better of their...
Michigan defensive end Frank Clark made a wicked hit in the Wolverines' game at Penn St. After suplexing Christian Hackenberg, Clark did a little jawing.