Michigan will come to Husky Stadium on Sept. 5, 2020, and the Huskies will play at Ann Arbor on Sept. 11, 2021, continuing a 60-year history that includes four Rose Bowl matchups among 12 all-time meetings.

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Game on for Washington and Michigan.

The Huskies have confirmed that their home-and-home series against the Michigan Wolverines — originally announced in 2014 — will indeed be played at planned, with one small update.

Michigan will come to Husky Stadium to open the 2020 season on Sept. 5, as previously scheduled. The Huskies’ 2021 return trip to Ann Arbor, meanwhile, has been pushed up a week, now set for Sept. 11.

Michigan scheduled the home-and-home with UW before Jim Harbaugh became the coach at his alma mater in 2015. After Harbaugh’s arrival, Michigan officials had expressed interest in backing out of the UW series. The Huskies did not want to cancel.

The Huskies and Wolverines have a history that dates back over 60 years and includes four Rose Bowl matchups among 12 all-time meetings. They last met in 2001 and 2002, with the Huskies winning, 23-18, at Husky Stadium in ’01 and Michigan winning in Ann Arbor, 31-29, in the ’02 season opener.

The Huskies also previously announced a home-and-home series against Big Ten power Ohio State for 2024 and 2025.

UW is hoping to soon finalize another series against a Power Five opponent for games in 2022 and ’23.

Aug. 31 – Eastern Washington
Sept. 14 – Hawaii
Sept. 21 – at BYU

Sept. 5 – Michigan
Sept. 12 – Sacramento State
Sept. 19 – Utah State

Sept. 4 – Montana
Sept. 11 – at Michigan
Sept. 18 – open

Sept. 14 — Ohio State

Sept. 13 — at Ohio State