Michigan vs. Rutgers: Stream, injury report, broadcast info for Saturday

The Rutgers Scarlet Knights play the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday, and if you’re wondering how, you can watch the action live, you’ve come to the right place.

Rutgers (4-4, 1-4 Big Ten) has had an up-and-down season. They entered their matchup with Minnesota last week with a winning record. It was the first time since 2014 they entered Week 7 with a record above .500. However, they proved to be no match for the Golden Gophers, who came away with a 31-0 victory. Rutgers only had 134 yards of total offense, and they turned the ball over three times. On Saturday, they will be looking to get back on track but have a formidable opponent in Michigan.

If Rutgers hopes to pull off the upset, they will need to limit Blake Corum. The Wolverines running back had 177 rushing yards last week and has been a touchdown machine this season. Stopping him will take away one of Michigan’s primary weapons and give the Rutgers offense more time to put points on the board.

 

Here’s when you should tune in to see the game:

  • Date: Saturday, November 5, 2022

  • Time: 7:30 p.m. ET

  • TV Channel: Big Ten Network

  • Live Stream: fuboTV (watch here)

 

Michigan at Rutgers injury report:

Rutgers:

DL Mohamed Toure – Out for season (knee), LB Moses Walker – Out for season (knee), TE Victor Konopka – Questionable (Undisclosed), RB Samuel Brown V- Out for season, (lower body), QB Gavin Wimsatt- Questionable (Undisclosed)

Michigan:

TE Erick All- Out for season (Undisclosed), LS William Wagner- Out for season (Undisclosed, DB Caden Kolsear-Out for season (knee), LB Nikhai-Hill Green-Out for indefinitely (lower body), QB Cade McNamara- Out for indefinitely (leg). 

Players to watch:

Kyle Monangai (Rutgers-RB): With Samuel Brown V out for the season, Rutgers will turn to Kyle Monangai on the ground. He has 212 rushing yards this season and is averaging 3.4 yards a carry. While losing Brown is a massive blow for the Scarlets Knights, their sophomore running back now has a chance to make his mark and spark the offense.

Blake Corum (Michigan-RB): Through eight games this season, Corum has been one of the best running backs in college football. He has 1,078 rushing yards and is averaging six yards a carry. The Marshall native has a team-leading 15 touchdowns. He is the most critical piece to the Wolverines’ offense. The outcome of this game could be determined by what Corum does every time he is on the field.

Story originally appeared on Rutgers Wire