Michigan will play nonconference games against Pac-12 opponents Utah, Oregon State and Colorado between 2014-16, and its series with Notre Dame will go on a two-year hiatus in 2018 and 2019.
Michigan released information Wednesday about its nonconference schedules from 2014 through 2016. Michigan also announced the break in the Notre Dame series, saying the schools intend to resume it "in the years following" the two-year hiatus.
In 2014, the Wolverines host Appalachian State, Miami of Ohio and Utah and play at Notre Dame. In 2015, they host Notre Dame, Oregon State and UNLV and play at Utah.
In 2016, Michigan hosts Colorado and plays at Notre Dame. Two other nonconference games are still to be announced that year.