By Tyler Fenwick @Ty_Fenwick on March 30, 2014
Michigan has a daunting schedule in 2014, and that's before you zoom into the road games. On a bright note, however, the Wolverines do avoid Wisconsin and Nebraska in cross-over play. Nevertheless, it's going to be a challenging schedule. Here's how the road games will shake out this season.
Unfortunately, this will be the last time we see Michigan and Notre Dame face off for quite a while. Expect it to be a good show. We will likely see a great quarterback dual between Devin Gardner and Everett Golson. It'll be fun, to say the least.
This will very likely prove to be Michigan's easiest road test of the season. It goes without saying, though, that no game is a given in this league.
I think this is the most important game of the year for Michigan, and unfortunately for the Wolverines, I don't think they'll be able to pull this one off. The Spartans are head and shoulders above Michigan right now, and it's going to show.
This could easily be a trap game for Michigan, but I like the Wolverines' talent in this one. This will likely be a very fun game to watch.
At this point in the season, it's possible we could be looking at Brady Hoke's job on the line. That's how large this game could loom, but that's a long way away. For now, I wouldn't be at all surprised to see Michigan expose the Buckeyes for a second-straight season.
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