Game 7 Preview: Michigan Wolverines vs. Indiana Hoosiers

Michigan Game Preview

The Michigan Wolverines continue to roll this season as they have scored over 30 points in every game while giving up, on average, 6.7 points a game. The Wolverines are coming off a big blowout win over the Minnesota Golden Gophers, winning 52-10. This week, they are taking on the Indiana Hoosiers, who are coming off their bye week; in their last game, they got blown out by the Maryland Terrapins 44-17.

Michigan Wolverines 6-0 (3-0 Big Ten) vs. Indiana Hoosier 2-3 (0-2 Big Ten)

Date: Saturday, October 14
  12:00 p.m. EST
TV Channel: FOX
Location: Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI
Line: Wolverines -33.5 / O/U: 45.5

2023 Team Stats


2023 Record — 6-0 (3-0 in Big Ten)
2023 Offense (Big Ten Rank) 
Total Yards: 2489 (2)
Passing Yards: 1378 (5)
Rushing Yards: 1,111 (2)
2023 Defense (per game averages) 
Total Yards Allowed: 1400 (3)
Passing Yards Allowed: 855 (3)
Rushing Yards Allowed: 545 (5)
2023 Points Scored: 224 (1)
2023 Points Allowed: 40 (1)
2023 Ranking: 2


2023 Record — 2-3 (0-2 in Big Ten)
2023 Offense (Big Ten Rank) 
Total Yards: 1671 (13)
Passing Yards: 1120 (9)
Rushing Yards: 551 (14)
2023 Defense (per game averages) 
Total Yards Allowed: 1841 (7)
Passing Yards Allowed: 1059 (5)
Rushing Yards Allowed: 782 (9)
2023 Points Scored: 104 (14)
2023 Points Allowed: 122 (9)
2023 Ranking: 96

Series History/All-Time Records

All-time head-to-head record: Michigan 61-10-0
Current streak: Michigan has won two straight
Last Michigan win: 2022 (31-10)
Last Minnesota win: 2020 (38-21)

2023 Player Stats


Passing: J.J. McCarthy- 97-125, 1290 yards, 11-3 (TD-INT)
Rushing: Blake Corum – 83 ATT, 494 YDS, 10 TD
Receiving: Roman Wilson – 22 REC, 382 YDS, 8 TD
Tackles: Junior Colson – 28 (13-15)
Sacks: Josaiah Stewart – 3.0
Interceptions: Mike Sainristil – 2


Passing: Tayven Jackson – 71-115, 862 YDS, 2-3 (TD-INT)
Rushing: Jaylin Lucas – 49 ATT, 212 YDS, 2 TD
Receiving: Cam Camper – 13 REC, 249 YDS, 1 TD
Tackles: Aaron Casey – 43 (30-13)
Sacks: Andre Carter & Aaron Casey – 2
Interceptions: Phillip Dunnam – 3

Michigan Players To Watch:

Offense: Running Back – Donovan Edwards – Junior

Edwards has struggled to get going this season, averaging only 29.5 yards a game on the ground and 21.3 yards a game receiving. Last season, in 11 games, he averaged 90.1 yards a play on the ground, which is a far cry from this season. This week, he faced the ninth-ranked rush defense in the Big Ten, which bodes well for him to have a get-right game against Indiana.

Defense: EDGE – Josaiah Stewart – Junior

Stewart has broken out of the last two weeks, recording two sacks against Nebraska two weeks ago and then a sack last weekend against Minnesota. He has recorded eight total tackles in those two games. This week will be a good week for him to continue his trend, as he can get pressure on the quarterback and make things tough for the Hoosiers in the running game.

Bottom Line: Michigan looks to stay unbeaten

Michigan is returning home for the first time since September 23 as they will take on Indiana, and they will look to pick up their sixth win of the season in a game that heading in looks to end up being much like last week’s game. Last week against Minnesota, the Wolverines allowed the most points they have allowed in a single game this season with ten; look for the defense to be fired up to let that happen again as they look to continue their dominance of the Big Ten.


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