Michigan has completed it's 2006 schedule by adding the 12 game, the Vanderbilt Commodores (click here: HERE for the press release.)
Michigan's game with Ball State, previously scheduled for Sept. 2, will be moved to Nov. 4. Kickoff is set for noon EST. The Wolverines will now play a 12-game schedule as approved by the NCAA.
According to the official Vanderbilt athletics website, Michigan owns a 9-0-1 record against the Commodores, with their last meeting in 1969. The 11 matchups, including the 2006 contest, mark the most games Vanerbilt has played against any Big Ten Conference opponent.
The Commodores finished the 2005 at 5-6, including a 24-21 victory over Tennessee, the first time in 22 years the Commodores had defeated the Vols.
ESPN will televise the game nationally.
The 2006 Wolverine football schedule is set now, as follows:
Sept. 2: Vanderbilt
Sept. 9: Central Michigan
Sept. 16: at Notre Dame
Sept. 23: Wisconsin
Sept. 30: at Minnesota
Oct. 7: Michigan State
Oct. 14: at Penn State
Oct. 21: Iowa
Oct. 28: Northwestern
Nov. 4: Ball State
Nov. 11: at Indiana
Nov. 18: at Ohio State
In other team news, the Detroit News has confirmed that running back Max Martin has left the team, in addition to quarterback Matt Gituerrez. Click here: Detroit News: Martin joins Gutierrez in leaving U-M:
Team News: 06 Schedule Set; 2nd Player Leaves
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