Originally Posted by MTurboPower3
ahaha I like that picture of Lloyd Carr Michigan is done this season.
.... no. Technically they can drop their first two games and still win the Big Ten title, its happened before, and it can happen again (1998, lost to Syracuse and Notre Dame, both games also at home, came back to win the division). They just need to get it together. Offensively speaking, they POTENTIALLY have the most potent offense in Division one, returning five seniors, including both Heisman hopefuls Mike Hart and Chad Henne. They also return Mario Manningham and Jake Long. All four of which woud have gone in the early rounds of the draft, had they not decided as a group to stay for their senior season and make a run for the National Championship. Their problem is on the defensive side of the ball where they only returned 3 seniors.
Also, its worth noting that both of these losses have been against teams that run a spread offense, and Michigan is notorious for having troubles on the defensive side of the ball against the Spread offense.
Mturbo.... i'm not trying to chew you out or anything, i'm just pointing out that its only week two and their season is far from over. Not only do they have a chance at coming back, they've actually done it before, so don't count them out yet.
...With that said, Michigan can go burn in hell as far as i'm concerned