Indiana-Michigan Game to be Televised on ESPN2
Sept. 21, 2009
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana's game at Michigan on Saturday, Sept. 26, will be televised on ESPN2, it was announced today. The Hoosiers (3-0) and Wolverines (3-0) will kick off at noon EDT in Ann Arbor, Mich. All games can also be heard on the statewide IU Radio Network (Don Fischer, Pete Compise and Joe Smith).
Game times are predicated on the Big Ten Conference television agreement with ABC, the Big Ten Network, ESPN and ESPN2 and are often not announced until 12 days before kickoff.
In search of the sixth 4-0 start in school history and the first since 1990, Indiana opens conference play at No. 23/22 Michigan. IU's 110th year of Big Ten football commences with its first trip to Michigan Stadium (106,201) since 2005. The Hoosiers and Wolverines have not faced each other since the 2006 season, when then-No. 2 Michigan visited Memorial Stadium.
The Hoosiers moved to 3-0 for the 14th time in school history and the second time in Bill Lynch's three years as head coach with a 38-21 victory at Akron on Sept. 19. Indiana ran for 180 yards, threw for 175 and forced the Zips into four interceptions, including two by senior strong safety Austin Thomas. Senior Ray Fisher returned the opening kickoff 91 yards and the Hoosiers scored 28 straight points after falling behind 14-10 to match last season's win total and lock up their first road win since Sept. 29, 2007 (Iowa).
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