ANN ARBOR MI - NOVEMBER 06: Denard Robinson #16 of the Michigan Wolverines looks to throw a third quarter pass while playing the Illinios Fighting Illini at Michigan Stadium on November 6 2010 in Ann Arbor Michigan. Robinson left the game with a injury in the fourth quarter. Michigan won the game 67-65. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
The UMass Minutemen are seeking a massive upset and their first win of the year against the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday afternoon.
The No. 19 Michigan Wolverines will welcome in the UMass Minutemen to Michigan Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The Minutemen have had predictable struggles thus far this year, losing their first game 37-0 to the UConn Huskies and following that up with a 41-6 defeat at the hands of the Indiana Hooisers.
UMass' rushing attack has been almost non-existent, but there is some good news on the passing front. Freshman quarterback Mike Wegzyn was superb against Indiana, completing 18-of-26 for 151 yards and no interceptions.
On the other sideline, Michigan is looking to get on track and become the force many predicted they would be in 2012. The Wolverines were pummeled in their opener against the Alabama Crimson Tide on national TV, losing 41-14.
Brady Hoke's squad did earn a victory last Saturday against the Air Force Falcons, but it wasn't crisp. Michigan was barely able to squeak by at home, allowing a staggering 290 yards albeit on 71 carries.
TV: Big Ten Network
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Odds: MICH -45.5