By Rupa Trivedi
Michigan Football's 2023 Schedule Is Disgraceful
This week, the 2023 Michigan football schedule has gone popular on social media
A select few teams, including the Wolverines, have played no non-conference games against Power Five opponents.
"This is the second-straight season that Michigan has failed to book a Power opponent in non-league play. Last year’s perfect 12-0 regular season run included home wins over Colorado State (51-7), Hawaii (56-10), and UConn (59-0).
Prior to that, the Wolverines had booked an opponent that’s now considered a Power program during the regular season for 58 straight years, or, since 1964 when they beat Air Force and then (6) Navy to open a 9-1 campaign that included a Big Ten title and a Rose Bowl victory," FBS Schedules writes.
In the non-conference, Michigan is scheduled to face East Carolina, UNLV, and Bowling Green.
The full schedule is listed below:
Michigan will face some difficult opposition during league action, including Nebraska, Michigan State, Penn State, Maryland, and Ohio State
On the other side, that non-conference slate is embarrassing.