The 2022 Fiesta Bowl will feature TCU and Michigan with both hoping to advance to the College Football Playoff Championship Game.
TCU and Michigan are coming into their playoff semifinal at the Fiesta Bowl via different paths, but they have the same destination in mind.
The Wolverines made it through the regular season and Big Ten title game unscathed. Their 13-0 record put them in the College Football Playoff but their impressive victory over Ohio State gave them the No. 2 seed.
The Horned Frogs were undefeated going into the Big 12 Championship Game but they lost a heartbreaker to Kansas State. The strength of their record in the regular season ensured TCU retained one of the four playoff spots.
Now, it comes down to the Fiesta Bowl for the right to play for a championship.
Fiesta Bowl 2022: TCU vs Michigan live stream, start time, TV channel
- Matchup: TCU vs Michigan
- Date: Saturday, Dec. 31, 2022
- Time: 4:00 p.m. ET
- Location: State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ
- TV Channel: ESPN
- Live Stream: Watch ESPN | Fubo TV
The Fiesta Bowl is the first of two CFP semifinals on New Year’s Eve. It kicks off at 4:00 p.m. ET on ESPN.
Fans with a television service provider can log into Watch ESPN to live stream the game. Those who have cut the cord can find a live stream on Fubo TV with their free seven-day trial.
TCU vs Michigan injury report
Michigan will be without running back Blake Corum because of his season-ending injury. Donovan Edwards is dealing with a hand injury but he should be able to go on Saturday.
TCU doesn’t have reported injury woes to track, especially with wide receiver Quentin Johnson as close to 100% as he’s been this season, per Sonny Dykes.
TCU vs Michigan Fiesta Bowl radio broadcast
The Fiesta Bowl will air on ESPN radio nationally with Marc Kestercher, Kelly Stouffer and Ian Fitzsimmons handling the broadcast.
Michigan fans can tune the call from Doug Karsch and Jon Jansen on the Michigan Radio Network flagship WWJ 950 AM in Detroit.
TCU fans can flip to WBAP 820 AM to listen to Brian Estridge, John Denton and Landry Burdine.
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