Air Force, SMU to visit Michigan
Air Force lost 31-25 at Ann Arbor last season in front of the largest crowd -- 112,522 -- to attend a game in which the Falcons played.
The 2017 game will be the third between the schools. Michigan also beat Air Force 24-7 in Ann Arbor in 1964, when Air Force superintendent Paul Stein was the Falcons' quarterback.
It will be the first meeting between Michigan and UCF, and will give the Wolverines three straight home games to open the 2016 season. The Ball State game originally slated for that season will be played on a date to be determined.
SMU will be making its second visit to the Big House, having lost 27-16 to Michigan in 1963.
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