Buckeyes win in a rout. Nuff said.
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Maybe not the right place for this question, but whatever.
What are the expectations for Michigan this season? I'm thinking they are still going to be bums, but I don't really have to anything to base that on other than that they were bums last year.
Michigan (6-6, 3-5) Rich Rod very likely will be on his way out of Ann Arbor if he doesn’t produce a Bowl-caliber team this season. Right out of the gate Michigan will face a UConn team that was red-hot last season and then travel to Notre Dame the following weekend for what will most likely be a slugfest. I think they take 1-2 but if they’re able to win both those games my prediction is that they’ll finish strong enough to play in a late December bowl game. Michigan will certainly be able to whoop up on the teams that they’re supposed to beat up on and maybe even steal a win from a team that they’re not.
Thanks for the info. I don't really care either way for or against Michigan, but it is so weird to see them so mediocre. I need Big 10 football to come down to Wisconsin, Penn State, Ohio State, and Michigan. Just seems right.
As a Michigan fan, the expectations are very very low. Most fans view this season as a win/win though, if they team does well we are on the path to getting back on track, if the team bombs it means the end of RRod and we can go back to the type of team we all know and love.