Michigan-Notre Dame Preview: Fighting Irish Edge Wolverines In Ann Arbor

Posted by Adam Bouton on September-10-2009 Add Comments

If there was one game that defined the 2008 season for the Michigan Wolverines, it was the game against Notre Dame.

The Michigan team lost four fumbles, threw two interceptions and allowed its bitter rivals to jump out to a 21-0 lead in the first quarter. It highlighted a season-long struggle for the Wolverines to hang onto the football a equally horrifying picture of the opponent scoring at will.

Surely Michigan won't allow this to happen again?

The team seems more prepared this season—its second under Rich Rodriguez—and is coming off a big triumph over a decent Western Michigan squad.

No. 18 Notre Dame is also entering the game riding a early-season high. The Fighting Irish routed Nevada 35-0 and...

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