The Ohio State game is in December and Michigan will spend Thanksgiving week playing Penn State at home.
The Big Ten released its abbreviated schedule on Saturday morning. The league is playing an eight-game season in eight weeks, with a ninth game on Dec. 19. That game will be a crossover between the Big Ten East and West, with the two first-place teams playing, the two second-place taels playing and so on.
With no bye weeks, the league is betting on its safety protocols, which include rapid antigen testing every day for COVID-19. If a player tests positive, they will be out for a minimum of 21 days.
Below is Michigan’s 2020 schedule:
Oct. 24 at Minnesota
Oct. 31 vs. Michigan State
Nov. 7 at Indiana
Nov. 14 vs Wisconsin
Nov. 21 at Rutgers
Nov. 28 vs Penn State
Dec. 5 vs. Maryland
Dec. 12 at Ohio State