Michigan will kick off the 2010 season against Connecticut at 3:30 on ABC/ESPN2, and two weeks later will kick off against UMass at noon on the Big Ten Network, according to a school press release:
PARK RIDGE, Ill. — The University of Michigan Athletic Department, the Big Ten Conference and its television partners announced today (Wednesday, May 26) the starting time and television network for football home games against Connecticut and Massachusetts. The announcement was made regarding games played during the first three weeks of the season.
The rededication game of renovated Michigan Stadium will be played at 3:30 p.m. EDT against Connecticut on Sept. 4. The game will be televised regionally by ABC. The remainder of the country that does not get the game on ABC will be able to view it on ESPN2.
The final game time and TV selection announced during the early season was the match-up against Massachusetts. The Wolverines initial appearance on the Big Ten Network will take place against the Minutemen on Sept. 18. The nationally televised affair will kickoff at noon EDT from the Big House.
This will be the first time that Michigan has faced either school.
The remaining games will be chosen on a six- or 12-day provision per the contract with the networks.
For up-to-date kickoff times and TV broadcast information for current and future schedules, make sure to check out the current/future schedule page — I’ll keep it updated every time new information is released.