The Oregon State football team will play Michigan in 2015, AD Bob De Carolis announced Wednesday.
UPDATE: OSU confirmed to me that this is not part of the Pac-12/Big Ten deal. There will be no return date.
The Sept. 19 game will be played in Michigan Stadium, the largest college football venue in the nation with a capacity of 109,901.
It will be the fifth meeting with the Wolverines. Three of the games have been in Ann Arbor, Mich. The most recent game was Sept. 20, 1986. OSU and Michigan also met in the 1964 Rose Bowl.
De Carolis was an athletic administrator at Michigan from 1979-98, and was the softball coach for four years.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke was an assistant at OSU from 1989-94 under coaches Dave Kragthorpe and Jerry Pettibone.
“This is an exciting opportunity for our student-athletes, staff and fans to visit not only one of the great venues in college football but all of sports,” De Carolis said in a press released. “But make no mistake, we will make this trip with the goal of winning a football game.”