2012 College Football Schedule: Michigan, Michigan State square off on Saturday

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Michigan State will host rival Michigan State at the Big House on Saturday.

Tied for the lead in the Big Ten Legends Division at 2-0, the Michigan Wolverines will look remain undefeated in conference play when they host rival Michigan State on Saturday.

The Wolverines are coming off a 45-0 win against Illinois last week. After going 2-2 in non-conference play, the Wolverines have won their two Big Ten games by a combined score of 89-13. Michigan has played well at home, starting the season 3-0 in the Big House.

Michigan State finds itself near the bottom of the Legends division after it lost to Iowa 19-16 in double overtime last week. The Spartans have been unable to string victories together, splitting their last four games 2-2. The Spartans are looking for their first win against Michigan since 2007. They last won in Ann Arbor in 2006.

Michigan and MSU will play at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday with the game broadcast on the Big Ten Network. Saturday's complete Big Ten schedule can be found below:

12 p.m. ET: Purdue at Ohio State

12 p.m. ET: Minnesota at Wisconsin

3:30 p.m. ET: Nebraska at Northwestern

3:30 p.m. ET: Michigan State at Michigan

3:30 p.m. ET: Indiana at Navy

8 p.m. ET: Penn State at Iowa

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