How to watch Michigan vs. Northwestern: TV channel, kick-off time, live stream

Michigan will try to stay perfect against Northwestern on Saturday.

The Wolverines last played on October 9, winning 32-29 in Nebraska. Their last home game took place on September 25th. The Wildcats defeated Rutgers 21-7 last week.

Northwestern and Michigan last played in 2018, when Michigan fell 17-0 early in the second quarter before charging back for a 20-17 win. Northwestern’s last visit to Ann Arbor was in 2015, Jim Harbaugh’s first season as Michigan head coach.

This Saturday, teams will play for the first time for the George Jewett Trophy to honor the first African American to play soccer at each school.

Michigan has won the matchup six times in a row, most recently losing in 2008, and leads the all-time series 58-15-2.

Game information

Who: No. 6 Michigan Wolverines (6-0, 3-0) vs. Northwestern Wildcats (3-3, 1-2)

When: 12:05 p.m. ET

Where: Michigan Stadium (Ann Arbor, Michigan)

Twitter: Andrew Kahn, Aaron McMann, Ryan Zuke

Live updates: Follow

Distribution of points: Michigan -23.5


TV Channel: FOX (Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt, Jenny Taft)

Streaming-only options:

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UhrESPN | Hulu + Live TV | Noose | YouTube TV

The main cable providers:

Xfinity: Channel 2 | Streaming

Spectrum: Channel 8 | Streaming

Bowl: Channel 2 | Streaming

DIRECTV: Channel 2 | Streaming

* Channel numbers listed are for Michigan subscribers and are subject to change based on geographic area. Check local entries.

How to listen

Livestream: Learfield Michigan Sports Network (Jim Brandstatter, Dan Dierdorf, Doug Karsch)

Partner: WJR-AM 950 (Detroit), WTKA-AM 1050 (Ann Arbor)

Satellite: Sirius XM Channel 196 ( Channel 958)

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