College Football Show: A road bump in UM's title chase?

The Detroit News

With three games to go in the regular season, No. 2 Michigan (9-0) heads to Iowa City to face Iowa (5-4) in a crucial Big Ten road test.

Michigan is favored by three touchdowns Saturday, but Kinnick Stadium has been the Wolverines' Waterloo in the past. (Remember the No. 2 Wolverines, quarterbacked by Jim Harbaugh, losing 12-10 to the then-No. 1 Hawkeyes, led by Chuck Long in 1985?)

Bob Wojnowski, John Niyo and Angelique S. Chengelis talk about Michigan's upcoming game. The Detroit News writers also discuss Michigan State's latest attempt to break a festering losing streak — now at seven games — against Rutgers at home this Saturday with MSU beat writer Matt Charboneau.

Key highlights:

Harbaugh talks up QB Wilton Speight for the Heisman – 1:47

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Speight on his coach's praise – 2:40

► Chengelis on what atmosphere Wolverines should expect at Iowa's Kinnick Stadium – 7:27

Josiah Price talks about MSU's struggles – 9:20

Riley Bullough on what Spartans need to do to end skid – 10:22

► Charboneau discusses MSU's downward spiral – 11:19

► Charboneau goes over his  AP Top 25 vote – 14:21