No. 15 Wisconsin comes to Michigan Stadium to face off against No. 12 Michigan, in the first leg of a season-defining three-game stretch for the Wolverines. Chances are, your opinion of this Wolverines team will change drastically by Sunday morning, one way or another.
Maryland will be the most complete team the Wolverines have faced since Notre Dame, and thus an adequate tune-up ahead of the daunting four weeks that loom on the horizon. The Daily breaks down what to expect in this week’s Big Ten bout.
After Saturday’s 20-17 comeback win over Northwestern — a game in which fifth-year senior defensive end Chase Winovich registered nine tackles, three tackles-for-loss and a sack, and more broadly, was relentless — Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said it was one of the best games of Winovich’s career.