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Predicting Michigan Football’s Road Game Results

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Predicting Michigan Football's Road Games

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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.

@ Notre Dame (Sept. 6, 7:30 p.m. ET) - Win

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@ Notre Dame (Sept. 6, 7:30 p.m. ET) - Win

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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.

@ Rutgers (Oct. 4, TBA) - Win

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@ Rutgers (Oct. 4, TBA) - Win

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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.

@ Michigan State (Oct. 25, TBA) - Loss

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@ Michigan State (Oct. 25, TBA) - Loss

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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.

@ Northwestern (Nov. 8, TBA) - Win

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@ Northwestern (Nov. 8, TBA) - Win

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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.

@ Ohio State (Nov. 29, TBA) - Loss

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@ Ohio State (Nov. 29, TBA) - Loss

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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.