Friday, September 12, 2008

Michigan football GAMEDAY

In a pouring rain, at Notre Dame, Michigan will try to answer many many questions. Can the offense move the ball in a consistent manner? Can the defense put in another strong performance? Can they feed Charlie Weis' words to him? Can they win three in a row in this series?

Answers, the defense will play another strong game and face facts, the Notre Dame offense is putrid. Add to this fact the game is expected to be played in a downpour which should limit what little offensive creativity the Irish possess. Special teams in bad weather are always critical. Early in the season even moreso. Thats coaching so we'll see where Michigan is at. We'd like to see Michigan throw deep once a couple more times a game. Back those corners off to open the short game and for wide runs.

Michigan's offense will have just enough to score two touchdowns, the defense will add a third and Michigan will come home 21-10 winners.


Anonymous said...

or not

Johnny Action Space Punk said...

Wow, no kidding. That was abysmal. Michigan fans I think are going to feel like Lions fans did with Barry Sanders over McGuffie, one reason to go to games and watch his talent, but it'll be in a loss.

That was awful. It was made worse when the guy threw a punch at the end and was dismissed from further action.

Luckily the rest of the Big Ten looks average at best. Ohio State is currently getting their beat down from an elite team right now