Nebraska Football vs Michigan: Start time, live stream, TV info and more

Michigan Wolverines quarterback Cade McNamara (12) hands off the ball (Dylan Widger-USA TODAY Sports)
Michigan Wolverines quarterback Cade McNamara (12) hands off the ball (Dylan Widger-USA TODAY Sports) /

Compared to last week, the week leading up to the Nebraska football game against Michigan seemed tame. That was until Friday afternoon when the internet was awash with rumors that Deion Sanders would soon be taking over the Huskers program.

It turns out that Deion is in fact, likely not the new head coach for the Nebraska football program but the fact that those rumors caused more excitement than what has popped up all week says something. There isn’t a ton of excitement in Husker nation about this game. That’s a new feeling. Even when the Huskers are big underdogs, there tends to be a feeling that the team might surprise. There isn’t that level of excitement for tomorrow’s contest.

Despite a general feeling of apathy, there are some Nebraska football fans who are no doubt going to want to see what happens and are wanting to know just how they are able to do so.

Nebraska football vs. Michigan: How to watch/listen

Date: November 12
Time: 2:30 PM CT
TV Channel: ABC
Live Stream Video: fuboTV (watch here)
Live Stream Radio:  1400 & 99.3 KLIN (Nebraska)/ The Varsity Network (Michigan)

Nebraska football weather update

It’s mid-November in Ann Arbor, Michigan. That means that any Nebraska football fans that are traveling to see the game should prepare to dress plenty warmly. It appears that whatever indian summer the country had been seeing for the last few weeks is officially over.

Not only is the high temperature at game time going to be about 40 degrees, but there’s a chance that it’s going to rain at least a little bit. If being massive underdogs wans’t bad enough, it appears those who got to the game are going to be pretty miserable throughout.

Commentators for Nebraska football vs. Michigan

While the game itself might end up not being all that entertaining, it does at least appear the Cornhuskers and Wolverines are going to have a decent broadcast crew. Mark Jones, Robert Griffin III, and Quint Kessenich will be on the call for the Nebraska football game on Saturday afternoon.