Thursday, January 04, 2007

Michigan's 2007 football schedule

In today's Detroit Free Press, there was an item that Athletic Director Bill Martin said he is looking for a Division I-A opponent for the Wolverines to play on Sept. 1st, 2007 because the Eastern Michigan game has been moved to October 6th which was originally a bye date. The new schedule (assuming the Sept. 1st date gets filled) would give Michigan eight (8) home games next year. The Wolverines would open the season with four straight home games and play six of their first seven games at home next season. Of course, the final home game of next season is against Ohio State. Go Blue!

UPDATE: Michigan has filled the Sept. 1st date with Appalachian State the two-time defending FCS (f/k/a Div. I-AA) Champions. Here is the complete 2007 Michigan Football Schedule. Go Blue!



At 5:52 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Might we schedule a real opponent, like a Louisville or WVU, someone who is good and likely to win a lot of games in their conference, thus making our schedule look better if we beat them?

At 5:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm in favour of an SEC team again.
Teams from that conference are as guilty as any of scheduling marshmallows in September.
I'm all for a match with Georgia, LSU or even the hideous orange-helmet wearing Gators.

At 11:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Frnakly, I would not want top play a top-10 oppoennt the first week of the season. It spells disaster. I would just prefer they get rid of this aweful 12th game, give us back our bye week and get on with extending the season an extra game or two only if the NCAAF is considering adding a playoff or plus-one system.


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