John Niyo and Angelique Chengelis discuss Michigan's win over Maryland on Saturday in Ann Arbor. The Detroit News


ESPN’s College GameDay will originate from Ann Arbor on Saturday ahead of the 12th-ranked Wolverines’ game against No. 15 Wisconsin Saturday night at Michigan Stadium.

The GameDay announcement was made Sunday afternoon.

Kickoff for the game is at 7:30 p.m. The game will be televised by ABC.

This is the first time GameDay has been in Ann Arbor since Oct. 17, 2015, when then-No. 7 Michigan State played at No. 12 Michigan.

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But this is the second time this season the Wolverines are involved in a game from which GameDay has broadcast. The ESPN crew, including Michigan Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard, was on hand from South Bend, Ind., before the Michigan-Notre Dame season opener.

Last season, GameDay originated from two road games that featured Michigan — at Penn State on Oct. 2 and at Wisconsin on Nov. 18. Michigan has been in 28 games from which GameDay has originated and has been the host school 11 times.