2022-23 Season

Five thoughts on Michigan’s 2022-23 non-conference schedule

Michigan announced its 2022-23 non-conference schedule on Wednesday as the season continues to inch closer. The Wolverines are set to play in several high-profile events and will face off in a pair of blue blood battles against Kentucky and North Carolina.

The Big Ten slate isn’t usually released until September but we know that Michigan will face Indiana, Maryland, Michigan State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Penn State and Wisconsin twice, with home single plays against Nebraska, Ohio State and Purdue with road singles against Illinois, Iowa, and Rutgers.

Here are five takeaways from U-M’s 2022-23  slate, a breakdown of strength of schedule implications, most important stretches, and much more.

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