ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan prepares to host Central Florida at noon Saturday at Michigan Stadium, an unusual matchup in the nonconference schedule but one that carries a few story lines. It’s the first meeting between one of college football’s oldest traditional powers and one of the younger FBS programs.
What was discussed in Yost Ice Arena:
* Three things that stood out to Rachel and Brandon in Michigan’s 63-3 win over Hawaii, including strong play from the linebackers.
* UCF coach Scott Frost’s history with Michigan — at a time when Nebraska was in the Big 12, in 1997. And Central Florida’s short FBS history.
* Why a double-digit win would be important for Michigan.
* What recruits to watch for in the Detroit area this weekend.
Watch it here: