I’ve never seen the Wolverines play football before.

But that hasn’t stopped me from looking up a handful of home games that are sure to put me in the best seats.

There’s one for every Michigan fan out there.

If you’re looking for a Michigan game to watch on TV, you’re not alone.

For some of the most popular shows, the games are shown live, so if you’re still missing the game, you can tune in and watch on demand.

Here are my top picks.

1.

Michigan at Michigan State This game is always fun, but if you need a few more hours to relax after a long day, this is a great choice.

Michigan’s defense is ranked No. 1 in the nation and has won six games in a row, including a victory over Ohio State on Saturday night.

Michigan will need to make up some ground if it wants to beat the Spartans on Saturday, but the Wolverine defense will be on point.

Michigan State is averaging 44.8 points per game and is just a touchdown away from matching its career high in scoring.

2.

Michigan vs. Michigan St. Michigan has a new quarterback and a new coaching staff, but it still hasn’t had to rely on its best players to carry it over the last two years.

This matchup should be fun, with Michigan scoring just 11 points in the first half and the Spartans rushing for more than 300 yards.

Michigan is 3-2 this year, and while the Wolverini are still a top-10 team, it is now 7-3 in games in which they’ve trailed at halftime.

3.

Michigan versus Michigan State The Wolverines will try to get back to their winning ways with this game.

Michigan scored a career-high 217 points in a 41-7 win over Northwestern in 2013, and the Wolverina defense is No. 4 in the country with 7.5 sacks per game.

However, Michigan has had some issues with its offensive line this year.

They rank No. 6 in the conference with a minus-2.7 pass blocking grade, and they’ve also been unable to get their running game going.

The Wolverini have been a solid rushing team this season, averaging more than 1,500 yards per game, but this offense has been inconsistent.

Michigan ranks fourth in the Big Ten with 5.6 yards per carry, but they’ve struggled with turnovers and a fumble recovery rate that ranks No. 7 in the league.

4.

Michigan over Michigan St Michigan’s biggest problem has been its defense.

The defense has allowed 35 points per contest, which ranks No, 10 nationally, and has allowed an average of 27.5 points per home game.

The biggest reason the Wolverins are losing is their lack of talent at linebacker.

The Buckeyes rank No, 12 nationally in total defense, and defensive end/outside linebacker Jonathan Allen has recorded eight sacks, six forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, two pass deflections and six pass breakups.

Michigan could be the best team in the MAC East heading into this game, and this matchup should give Michigan fans some relief.

5.

Michigan against Penn State The Badgers are coming off their first bowl appearance since 2010 and are ranked No, 3 in the AP poll.

Penn State is ranked second in the Conference USA, and there are some key differences between this game and their last contest against Michigan.

The Badger defense is still one of the top in the ACC and ranks No., 8 in the Pac-12.

However of late, the Badgers have struggled in the red zone.

The Penn State offense has averaged just 6.4 yards per play, and Penn State has been forced to punt seven times this year and hasn’t converted a third down.

The two teams also haven’t played since 2009, when the Badger won at Michigan by 28 points.

If the Badges can come out and put together a big game, this will be a fun matchup.

6.

Michigan-Ohio State The last time these two teams met, it was in the Rose Bowl.

The last meeting between these two programs came in the 2015 season, when Michigan beat Ohio State 37-13 in a game that could have ended in a bowl victory for the Wolveriners.

The Ohio State defense is one of my favorite teams in the AFC, and I expect the Wolverinas to bring the Buckeyes back to the Rose for a second straight year.

The Big Ten is looking for some consistency, and Michigan has shown that this season.

If they can make some big plays in the trenches and make some early adjustments, they should be a dangerous team.

7.

Ohio State over Michigan The Buckeye defense has struggled all season, ranking No. 2 in the FBS with 577.5 yards per contest and allowing an average rush of 19.8 yards per attempt.

Ohio will be looking to rebound from a loss to Purdue in the BCS Championship Game last year.

Ohio was 9-0 and was ranked

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