College Football is a few months away and Michigan football fans can start to plan on when to see their team play this fall.

According to M-Live, Fox has announced their broadcast schedule for the first few weeks of the 2019 season and for select marquee match ups.

Michigan is set to start the season at night with a 7:30 p.m. game at home August 31st against Middle Tennessee State.  The game will be on the Big Ten Network.

Michigan's next game on September 7th against Army will be a Noon game on FS1. Their first Big Ten game of the season will be in Wisconsin on September 21st at noon on Fox.

The only other game on the schedule where the time and network has both been announced is the game against Ohio State.   This year the game will be in Ann Arbor and will be a Noon kickoff on Fox on November 30th.

The homecoming game against Iowa on October 5th will be played at noon. The network will be announced at a later time along with the times and networks for the remaining scheduled games.

Michigan has two bye weeks this year September 14th and November 9th.

The Wolverines are coming off a 10-3 season and a loss in the Peach Bowl.  For the full 2019 schedule for University of Michigan football you can check out the schedule here.