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How to watch Michigan at Wisconsin: TV channel, kickoff time, live stream It has been 20 years since Michigan’s last win in Madison. The Wolverines will try to end that dubious drought on Saturday. Michigan is coming off a 20-13 win over Rutgers in the Big Ten opener for both teams. Wisconsin wrapped its nonconference schedule with a 41-13 loss to Notre Dame in Chicago. The Badgers led in the fourth quarter before falling apart. While the home team has typically held the edge in this matchup, Wisconsin did win 49-11 in Ann Arbor last season. Michigan leads the all-time series 18-9-1. Michigan vs. Wisconsin prediction: Wolverines will suffer first loss The Badgers also have obvious offensive shortcomings. Graham Mertz was intercepted four times in a blowout loss to Notre Dame last week, so he will be on a short leash this time as Wisconsin plans to win the game with its running attack and defense. Harbaugh will have to prove it in the Wolverines’ first game away from Ann Arbor this season. Wisconsin won the last two meetings between these teams, 49-11 and 35-14. Expect the Badgers to use their dominant defense to bounce back from the debacle against the Fighting Irish. The pick: Wisconsin +2 Bryce Young ad Matt Corrall Bryce Young and Matt Corral take center stage in Alabama-Ole Miss showdown NOTRE DAME (+1.5) over Cincinnati Brian Kelly just passed Knute Rockne to become Notre Dame’s all-time leader in coaching wins with 106. A week after Kelly’s big moment, he will try to spoil an enormously important game for Cincinnati, which hopes to crash the College Football Playoff party. The Bearcats picked up a quality win at Indiana two weeks ago, though they were outgained 376-328 by the Hoosiers. Fighting Irish quarterback Jack Coan, who limped off with a sprained left ankle in the third quarter against Wisconsin, is expected to make this start. Notre Dame is a 4-0 team with flaws, but has played a tougher schedule and is improving on the defensive side. Beware of the home dog. The betting market underrated the Irish last week and the same might be happening here. STANFORD (+8) over Oregon After surviving a season-opening scare from Fresno State and pulling off a major upset over Ohio State, the Ducks have been on cruise control. Oregon’s offense should move the ball with relative ease against an injury-riddled Stanford defense that surrendered 455 yards in a 35-24 loss to UCLA. The Cardinal have the capability to hang around in shootouts, with Tanner McKee at quarterback. McKee passed for 293 yards and three touchdowns, with no interceptions, against the Bruins. Live updates: Michigan football vs. Wisconsin It's test day in Madison. The Michigan Wolverines take their undefeated show on the road for the first time to face an unranked Wisconsin Badgers team fresh off a merciless defeat to Notre Dame at Soldier Field. Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh congratulates running back Hassan Haskins after a touchdown. For Michigan, it's a chance to prove that the hype is real. It raced out to a 20-3 halftime lead against Rutgers a week ago — its first Big Ten matchup of the season — at home. The Wolverines offense failed to put up points in the second half and nearly let Rutgers force overtime, but escaped with a 20-13 win. The Badgers are also trying to forget their performance last week. Wisconsin outgained Notre Dame in yards 314-242, but fell apart because of four backbreaking interceptions by Graham Mertz, bringing his total on the year to six — with just one touchdown.