A Look through Michigan’s Big Ten Schedule; Will They Be Champions?

Posted by Jay Nicols on September-24-2009 Add Comments

Michigan has had a hot start, going 3-0 against Western Michigan, Notre Dame, and Eastern Michigan. Some in the industry thought Michigan would be lucky to start the season 2-1 or even 1-2. However, Michigan was more prepared for the season than we thought.

Michigan has not torn the opponents apart, but they have done enough to win the games. They kept pressure on Hiller and Clausen, fell asleep against Eastern, and have been less than stellar in pass defense, yet they are 3-0.

They have given up 358.7 yards a game; 235 in the air, 123.7 on the ground. 

It's not stellar numbers, but they are only giving up 19.3 points a game, with them scoring a Big Ten leading 38 pts/game. It makes up for the poor defense that has ...

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