ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) As poorly as Michigan's season is going, a loss to Indiana would be a significant low point.
The Wolverines have won 18 straight games against the Hoosiers and 33 of the last 34 in the series, a run of dominance that has withstood the downturn in Michigan's fortunes in recent years. The Wolverines won 63-47 last year and, despite everything that's gone wrong this season, are still favored to beat Indiana on Saturday.
"We have talked about this being Homecoming. We have talked about, as a team, staying together," Wolverines coach Brady Hoke said. "I think there's a huge commitment on our football team, to each other and the accountability. For us, this is the next game and we've got to get ready for the next game."