Can Michigan Sustain it’s Suprising Success?

Posted by Scott Wagner on September-23-2009 Add Comments

If not for the resurgence of Washington, no team has made a more impressive turnaround than the Michigan Wolverines.

Coming off a school record nine losses in 2008, expectations were tempered for the Maize and Blue this season, with a bowl invitation still something to strive for. Three weeks later, a New Years Day bowl is suddenly a very real possibility, if the team can sustain its new found success.

The most significant improvement this season has been seen on offense, where Tate Forcier and Denard Robinson have lead a rushing attack averaging 270 yards per game, good for third nationally. The passing game has improved as well, with Forcier completing better than 60% of his passes, a far cry from the quarterbacking incom...

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