Michigan football vs. Hawaii: Stream, injury report, broadcast info for Sept. 10, 2022

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No. 4 Michigan football (1-0) plays unranked Hawaii (0-2) on Saturday, and if you’re wondering how you can watch the action live, you’ve come to the right place.

The Rainbow Warriors endured an unexpected coaching change this offseason, and favorite son Timmy Chang is now leading the charge. However, it’s been a rocky start, with Hawaii having gotten blown out by the likes of Vanderbilt and Western Kentucky to start the season.

For the Wolverines, it’s an exciting evening, as Michigan will start sophomore phenom J.J. McCarthy at quarterback for the first time, as the quarterback battle in Ann Arbor rages on. Head coach Jim Harbaugh insists that incumbent starter Cade McNamara will also play, but with McCarthy getting a live audition against a lesser opponent, all eyes will be on the Week 2 starter and what he does with his first real opportunity.

The maize and blue are heavy favorites in this one. Here’s when you should tune in to see the game and more:

How to watch, stream, listen

Date, time

    • Date: Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022

    • Time: 8:00 p.m. EDT

TV, stream

Radio

City

Station

Alpena (WZTK)

105.7 FM

Ann Arbor (WTKA)

1050 AM

Battle Creek (WBXX)

104.9 FM

Benton Harbor (WSJM)

94.9 FM

Benton Harbor (WSJM)

1400 AM

Benton Harbor (W240CZ)

95.7 FM

Cadillac (WKAD)

93.7 FM

Caro/Cass City (WIDL)

92.1 FM

Detroit (WWJ)

950 AM

Detroit (WXYT)

97.1 FM

Detroit (WOMC)

104.3 FM

Escanaba (WDBC)

680 AM

Flint (WTRX)

1330 AM

Grand Rapids (WOOD)

1300 AM

Grand Rapids (WOOD)

106.9 FM

Grayling (WQON)

100.3 FM

Jackson (WKHM)

970 AM

Jackson (W268CA)

101.5 FM

Kalamazoo/Battle Creek (WZUU)

92.5 FM

Lansing (WQTX)

92.1 FM

Ludington (WKZC)

94.9 FM

Muskegon (WOOD)

106.9 FM

Newberry (WNBY)

1450 AM

Oscoda (WWTH)

100.7 FM

Petoskey (WMBN)

1340 AM

Petoskey (W284DG)

104.7 FM

Port Huron (WHLS)

1450 AM

Rogers City (WHAK)

99.9 FM

Saginaw (WSGW)

790 AM

Saginaw (WSGW)

100.5 FM

St. Clair (W288BT)

105.5 FM

Sturgis (WBET)

1230 AM

Sturgis (W259CR)

99.7 FM

Toledo, Ohio (WMIM)

98.3 FM

Traverse City (WJML)

1110 AM

Traverse City (WJNL)

1210 AM

Traverse City (W266CS)

101.1 FM

 

Hawaii at Michigan Wolverines injury report:

Michigan

  • LT Ryan Hayes (probable)

  • LB Nikhai Hill-Green (questionable)

  • OL Karsen Barnhart (doubtful)

Hawaii

  • LG Stephan Bernal-Wendt (probable)

Players to watch

Michigan

  • QB J.J. McCarthy

  • RB Blake Corum

  • RB Donovan Edwards

  • WR Roman Wilson

  • WR Andrel Anthony

  • C Olusegun Oluwatimi

  • TE Erick All

  • DE Mike Morris

  • DE Jaylen Harrell

  • DE Eyabi Anoma

  • DT Mazi Smith

  • DT Kris Jenkins

  • LB Junior Colson

  • LB Michael Barrett

  • S Makari Paige

  • CB DJ Turner

Hawaii

  • QB Brayden Schager

  • RB Dedrick Parson

  • WR Jonah Panoke

  • TE Jordan Murray

  • RG Micah Vanderpool

  • NT Blessman Ta’ala

  • DE Mataio Soli

  • LB Penei Pavihi

  • S Leonard Lee

  • CB JoJo Forest

Stat leaders

Michigan stat leaders

Cade McNamara

QB

9-for-18, 136 yds

1 TD, 0 INT

Roman Wilson

WR

2 rec., 65 yards rec

1 TD

Blake Corum

RB

13 car., 76 yds

1 TD

Junior Colson

LB

10 tackles

DJ Turner

DB

2 tackles

1 fumble recovery, 1 TD

Hawaii stat leaders

Brayden Schager

QB

40-for-68, 391 yds

0 TD, 4 INT

Jonah Panoke

WR

9 rec., 144 yds

Dedrick Parson

RB

28 car., 111 yds

2 TD

Leonard Lee

DB

11 tackles, 1 PBU,

Penei Pavihi

LB

10 tackles, 0.5 TFL

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Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire