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Posted on Thu, Nov 15, 2012 : 10:42 a.m.

Michigan football wraps up home season against Iowa

By Staff

The last home football game of the season comes to Michigan Stadium on Saturday.

The Wolverines (7-3, 5-1 Big Ten) will take on the Iowa Hawkeyes (4-6, 2-4) at noon Saturday at Michigan Stadium. As the last home game of the season, it's Senior Day—and potentially the last home appearance for Denard Robinson, although his status for the game remains day-to-day.

Tickets can be had (as of this writing, starting at $37) on StubHub. Tickets may also be available from the U-M Athletics website. If you want to watch on TV, the game is scheduled for broadcast on ESPN or ESPN2.

For full coverage, check out our Michigan Football page.


Dick Patten

Thu, Nov 15, 2012 : 11:01 p.m.

I would love to be there Saturday to watch this game. I was at the Air Force game in September. I can only afford to come out once a year if at all. I am on full disability and can only come if I can find a friend to travel with me.. I love Ann Arbor, believe me this city is just a great place to be. I enjoy my time out there so much. I have been coming 12 years. My only complaint is that there seems to be ageneral lack of respect for people in wheelchairs or with a walker. Not only at the stadium but in the restaurants and hotels. Bob Kuhlman who is one of the ushers at the stadium is usually at the handicaped section and he is such a big help to me. There are a couple others who drive the gokarts and help me with a wheelchair. I hope that I can return next year but I would like to wish you a very happy holidays and especially to the wolverines, Jordan Kovacs, Russ Bellomy, Will Campbell, Craig Rohs, and Jeff McMahon. Go Blue, and keep Ann Arbor # 1 place to visit and enjoy college football