The Michigan Wolverines have completed their 2018 and 2019 football schedules with the addition of two non-conference games, the school announced on Thursday.
Michigan has added a home game against the Western Michigan Broncos for Sept. 8, 2018, and WMU will receive a $1.2 million guarantee. The Wolverines open the season with a trip to Notre Dame on Sept. 1 and later host SMU on Sept. 15.
In Big Ten play in 2018, Michigan is set to host Nebraska, Maryland, Wisconsin, Penn State, and Indiana and travel to Northwestern, Michigan State, Rutgers, and Ohio State.
New to Michigan’s schedule in 2019 is a home game against Middle Tennessee on Aug. 31. The Wolverines will pay the Blue Raiders a $1.6 million guarantee for the game.
Michigan is also slated to host Army on Sept. 7 and Notre Dame on Oct. 26 in non-conference action.
Big Ten opponents for Michigan in 2019 include Rutgers, Iowa, Michigan State, and Ohio State at home and Wisconsin, Illinois, Penn State, Maryland, and Indiana on the road.