Your 2018-2019 Conference Schedules

Submitted by Brian on October 16th, 2013 at 11:59 AM

Via Adam Jacobi, nice table from Kilgore Trout:

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Date Opponent
Sept. 22 NEBRASKA
Sept. 29 at Northwestern
Oct. 6 MARYLAND
Oct. 13 WISCONSIN
Oct. 20 at Michigan State
Oct. 27 Open
Nov. 3 PENN STATE
Nov. 10 at Rutgers
Nov. 17 INDIANA
Nov. 24 at Ohio State
Dec. 1 Big Ten Championship Game

Crossovers: Nebraska, @ Northwestern, Wisconsin. Yeesh.

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Date Opponent
Sept. 21 at Wisconsin
Sept. 28 Open
Oct. 5 IOWA
Oct. 12 at Illinois
Oct. 19 at Penn State
Oct. 26 RUTGERS
Nov. 2 at Maryland
Nov. 9 Open
Nov. 16 MICHIGAN STATE
Nov. 23 at Indiana
Nov. 30 OHIO STATE
Dec. 7 Big Ten Championship Game

Crossovers: @ Wisconsin, Iowa, @ Illinois.

Comments

ThoseWhoStayUofM

October 17th, 2013 at 7:39 AM ^

We actually might be better off playing Ohio and Sparty at home every other year.  Unless you're Alabama, it's unrealistic to expect to win conference and national championships every year.  This way, the team sets up nicely to make a strong push for those titles every other year with both of these games at home.

alum96

October 16th, 2013 at 12:20 PM ^

huh? We are going to be ManballAlabamaOfTheNorth by then as the prophecies have told us.  The 2018 seasion will be coming off a national championship season (maybe back to back) and all, so sure there will be losses of players but the five consecutive top 5 recroooting classes should take care of it.

Seriously though - it's the big friggin 10.  Wiscy, NW, OSU and MSU ... or LSU, Bama, UF, and Georgia?  Which is preferable?  Look OSU has the same classes we do - they are not making excuses and winning, even if sometimes close.  If we are not doing this by 2015-2016 a regime change is once again going to be in order.  Worrying about a Big 10 slate should not be causing major angst by that period; if it is, we are just a Big 10 also ran with a big name, along the likes of PSU.

MGoManBall

October 16th, 2013 at 12:47 PM ^

No way to know who is going to be good then.

Hell, Ohio could be hurting from a scandal where their players get free tattoos and make money off their signatures, bowl game memorabilia, and other team gear while their coach tries to cover it up so that they can be full strength going into a BCS Bowl Game. I know that sounds real farfetched but you never know... it could happen.

markusr2007

October 16th, 2013 at 12:21 PM ^

Weird to see UM playing Rutgers, Nebraska, Maryland in football. It's like one of those ridiculous non-conference schedules from NCAA football 2004.

I wish Michigan would schedule a September home-home vs. Montana, for a more beautiful change up of scenery.

 

Brandon_L

October 16th, 2013 at 12:26 PM ^

Perfect timing for Chip Kelly to arrive and right the ship with Rich Rod as his o-coordinator and because we are so bad ass we wont even employ a d-coordinator at all.

MikeCohodes

October 16th, 2013 at 12:45 PM ^

I'm looking forward to the early season games vs Wisconsin and Illinois. As I live in the Chicago burbs, I'm only about two hours or so from either campus, so it'll be nice to go to a road game early in the year while it's still warm out. I've been to U of I for a game before, but never Camp Randall, so I'm excited.  Yes I know we play Wisconsin on the road sooner than 2019 but it is in November and I prefer to watch those games indoors. Same for 2018 at Northwestern, I'll be at that game for sure too.

FrankMurphy

October 16th, 2013 at 2:09 PM ^

Words cannot describe how much I hate the fact that not only are we going to be in the same conference as Maryland and Rutgers, but the same division as well.

*FrankMurphy shakes his fist at Jim Delany while mumbling profanities*

*Jim Delany wipes his ass with a $100 bill and throws it at FrankMurphy*

Penn State Clips

October 16th, 2013 at 4:00 PM ^

There are some interesting games in the out years on the Big Ten schedule...

  • Miami (Fla.) at Michigan State (2020)
  • Northwestern at Stanford (2020)
  • Ohio State at Oregon (2020)
  • Penn State vs. LSU (2020)
  • Wisconsin at Virginia Tech (2020)
  • Virginia Tech at Michigan (2020)
  • Michigan at Virginia Tech (2021)
  • Michigan State at Miami (2021)
  • Nebraska at Oklahoma (2021)
  • Oregon at Ohio State (2021)
  • Stanford at Northwestern (2021)
  • Washington at Wisconsin (2021)
  • Michigan State at Boise State (2022)
  • Northwestern at Stanford (2022)
  • Oklahoma at Nebraska (2022)
  • Ohio State at Texas (2022)
  • Penn State at Virginia Tech (2022)
  • UCLA at Michigan (2022)
  • Boise State at Michigan State (2023)
  • Boston College at Ohio State (2023)
  • Michigan at UCLA (2023)
  • Texas at Ohio State (2023)
  • Virginia Tech at Penn State (2023)
  • West Virginia at Penn State (2023)
  • Colorado at Nebraska (2024)
  • Ohio State at Boston College (2024)
  • Penn State at West Virginia (2024)

BJNavarre

October 16th, 2013 at 8:26 PM ^

Delany's just going to throw out these schedules once he brings the Texas and Georgia markets to the BTN with the addition of Rice and Oglethorpe University.