Iowa vs. Michigan 2012 viewing guide: Denard Robinson senior day previews, TV schedule and more

David Purdy

The Iowa Hawkeyes visit No. 21 Michigan this Saturday in Denard Robinson's last Ann Arbor game. Will he be able to play at all? All-day-long Saturday coverage right here.

The Iowa Hawkeyes need to win their last two games to reach bowl eligibility. They visit a Michigan team that needs to win this weekend to stay in the hunt for a trip to the Big Ten championship game -- it'll also be Denard Robinson's last-ever game at the Big House, though there are doubts the Wolverines legend will be healthy enough to take more than just a token snap at wide receiver after missing much of the last two weeks due to injury.

Iowa (4-6, 2-4) has lost four straight, including losing 27-24 to an uninspiring Purdue team last week in Iowa City. The Hawkeyes have given up at least 24 points in each one of those losses.

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Michigan (7-3, 5-1) came back to beat Northwestern 38-31 in overtime at the Big House last Saturday. They need to beat Iowa, then Ohio State, and have Nebraska lose a game to make the Big Ten championship game. Quarterback Devin Gardner, replacing Denard Robinson for the second game, threw for two scores and ran for two more against Northwestern.

Game time, TV channel: 12 p.m. ET, ESPN

Online streaming video: ESPN3

Point spread: There's no line on the board for this game.

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