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OK, here's where the Wolverines show whether they're real, or not. They'll be playing the number two team (sorry, no permalink, but it's Notre Dame) in the nation next Saturday. They're perennially overrated during past opening seasons, but in this one, so far, they haven't been.

We'll see if that motivates them. More importantly, we'll see if it motivates Lloyd Carr, whose job may be in trouble in the same way that John Cooper's was...

Posted by Rand Simberg at September 10, 2006 06:51 PM
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OK, here's where the Wolverines show whether they're real, or not.

Unlike the Wisconsin Badger, which I have seen by the side of country roads, the Wolverine is not in fact native to Michigan.

Posted by triticale at September 10, 2006 07:14 PM

My fantasy for this season is that Michigan and Ohio State both go 11-0 coming into their November 18 Big Ten finale, ranked #2 and #1 by that time. Those other conferences can eat their hearts out!

Posted by Paul Hsieh at September 10, 2006 08:56 PM

Sorry, Paul, but I think that will need to remain a fantasy for another year or more. Defeating the Irish in Notre Dame, IN is quite a task. Fortunately for Michigan, they don't have to play in Iowa City this year, but that game won't be a cake-walk, either.

Besides, even if Michigan and Ohio State were both 11-0 going into the last game of the season, they would still probably end up as co-champions of the Big Ten, if the idiots that made the decision last year have anything to say about it...

Posted by John Breen III at September 11, 2006 01:23 PM

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