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Michigan Panthers (3-2) vs. Arlington Renegades (0-5)

Kick-off: Sunday 1 p.m.

Where: Ford Field in Detroit.

TV: Fox.

Streaming: Watch the Michigan Panthers on Fubo (Free Trial).

DETROIT, MICHIGAN - APRIL 14: Garrett Marino #55 of the Michigan Panthers reacts in the locker room prior to the game against the Houston Roughnecks at Ford Field on April 14, 2024 in Detroit, Michigan.  (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images for UFL)DETROIT, MICHIGAN - APRIL 14: Garrett Marino #55 of the Michigan Panthers reacts in the locker room prior to the game against the Houston Roughnecks at Ford Field on April 14, 2024 in Detroit, Michigan.  (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images for UFL)

DETROIT, MICHIGAN – APRIL 14: Garrett Marino #55 of the Michigan Panthers reacts in the locker room prior to the game against the Houston Roughnecks at Ford Field on April 14, 2024 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images for UFL)

LAST WEEK: The Michigan Panthers defense does it all in a 35-18 win in Memphis

BOX SCORE

Game Notes: The Panthers can almost secure a spot in the UFL playoffs with a win today. USFL Division leaders Birmingham – the USFL’s two-season champions – are undefeated at 6-0, but a Panthers victory would give them a three-game lead over Memphis, languishing at 1-5 with four games to spare going, and a four-game lead. game lead over winless Arlington.

Michigan didn’t miss a step in its first game with former Purdue and LSU QB Danny Etling, starting by completing 14 of 21 passes for 175 yards, connecting three times for 64 yards with tight end Cole Hikutini. The Panthers ran heavily in their Week 5 win over the Memphis Showboats, rushing 36 times for 160 yards and five touchdowns; Wes Hills, who played at Slippery Rock, picked up 82 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries.

The Renegades are bringing some semi-familiar faces to Ford Field. Under center they have Luis Perez, who played four days as a Detroit Lion in August 2019. The Division II star — he won the 2017 Harlon Hill Trophy, D-II’s version of the Heisman — has completed 65.2% of his passes for 1,150 yards, six touchdowns and two interceptions this season. He will pass the role to former Michigan running back De’Veon Smith, who has recovered from a freak incident that saw him cut by the USFL’s DC Defenders in a chicken salad dispute in 2022. Smith has 42 carries for 123 yards (an average of 2.9 yards) this season, while catching seven passes for 94 yards.

The Panthers hit the road for Week 7, heading to Washington to take on the DC Defenders on May 12 at noon (ESPN), while the Renegades return home to host Memphis on Saturday.

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This article originally appeared in Detroit Free Press: Michigan Panthers game score vs. Arlington Renegades: Time, TV for UFL