Michigan’s future Power 5 non-conference opponents

Now that the Michigan-Notre Dame rivalry has been renewed, here's a look at Michigan's biggest non-conference games in the near future.

Here are some key non-conference opponents that the Michigan Wolverines will face in the coming years.

2017: Florida (neutral site) – Michigan defeated Florida in this year’s Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl, 41-7.

2020 & 2021: Home-and-home with Washington – The last three meetings between these teams were decided by a touchdown or less.

2020 & 2021: Home-and-home with Virginia Tech – In the last meeting between these teams, Michigan defeated Virginia Tech in the 2012 Sugar Bowl.

2022 & 2023: Home-and-home with UCLA – Michigan has an 8-3 all-time record vs. UCLA.

2024 & 2027: Home-and-home with Texas – The only all-time meeting between these teams was Texas’s 2005 Rose Bowl victory.

2025 & 2026: Home-and-home with Oklahoma – The only meeting between these teams was an Oklahoma victory in 1976.

2018 & 2019: Home-and-home with Notre Dame officially announced earlier today – These are the NCAA's top two teams all-time in wins and winning percentage. Michigan leads the all-time series 24-17.

To see more information about Michigan's future opponents, visit MGoBlue.


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