am quite sure Michigan
is ready for this season to be over… Gardner has regressed as
a signal caller and the talent level in that program has dwindled considerably which
has to be laid squarely on Brady Hokes lap as he is into his fourth season at
the helm (all his recruits). Although Michigan has won two in a row, I do NOT
think they have “turned” the proverbial corner; however Randy Edsall is a total
idiot and I am shocked that man still has a job. When you couple the aforementioned with the
fact CJ Brown is having a terrible senior campaign and the Terps most explosive
player (Stefon Diggs) is done for the season, I am of the opinion the Wolverines
should be able to out tough this ACC squad and cover the number…
that being said, put me down for Michigan
minus the chalk (5) in the BIG House for a Nickel please. Thanks!
NOTE: I am aware Maryland is a member of the B10 now, however
their roster is still full of mediocre ACC caliber talent.
up and get rid of the Pillsbury Dough Boy please… Nice job Maryland and Under backers…
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For all its struggles and all the calls for Brady Hoke's job, Michigan can become bowl-eligible this week with a win over visiting Maryland on Saturday. The Wolverines have struggled at times this season, but a winning record is still within their reach. The Terrapins - in their first year in the Big Ten - already have the required six wins for a bowl game, but they'd certainly like to make their first trip to the Big House for a conference game a memorable one.
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