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Michigan Football Preview 2012

English: Denard Robinson

English: Denard Robinson (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Michigan football team may be facing a tough season in 2012.

Having just won the Sugar Bowl and being ranked in the preseason top ten, the wolverines are holding the hopes and dreams of many fans in 2012. The returning team is strong, with 13 returning starters. The big key is Quarterback Denard Robinson, who is college football’s most exciting player.  However, their schedule has not been made easy for them as they tackle on of the nations toughest schedules.

If the Wolverines want a return visit to a BCS bowl again this year, then they are going to have to work hard and face a gruelling run of games. Their fans will no doubt be ready to get behind them though, offering plenty of support...

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Stunning turn of events in Michigan college football!

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What a difference 2 weeks makes, huh?

Just a couple of weeks ago The University of Michigan football team was imploding and MSU was talking about 9 wins, back to back wins over Michigan and a New Years day Bowl.  Well, well, well, it looks more like the same old, same old in college football in the great State of Michigan.  Some thoughts from Saturday’s games.

  •  It is time for the Sparty media and apologists to take stock of their program and realize that one win over a rebuilding Michigan team doesn’t represent a shift of power in the state.  The litany of pro Dantonio recruiting columns in the Freep and News can give it a rest now...
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A guy who covered Rich Rod at Tulane weighs in on his Michigan experience.

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It was the morning Chris Scelfo was officially named the head football coach at Tulane University.

Green Wave offensive coordinator Rich Rodriguez was in his office, one floor and about 50 feet from where the press conference was taking place. Rodriguez was crying right in front of a reporter.

My opinion of Rodriguez was always high. That day, it was even higher. Rodriguez badly wanted to coach his players. And, when he knew he wasn’t going to get that chance, he didn’t stick to a canned script. With Rich, what you see is what you get.

On the afternoon that Tulane beat BYU to finish off a perfect season, Rodriguez did an on field interview with Harry McCulla for ABC 26. When he and McCulla finished, Rodriguez was carried off the field by several players.

My points are t...

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