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That is true although I think you should have beat ND.
We had 6 turnovers that game, and they still only beat us by a TD. If we rematched ND, We'd beat them, I'm sure of it.
I don't think Michigan loses any more games. Or at least we shouldn't.
Just messing with you
Love most of your posts
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
Lol @ you actually thinking ND is legit this year. I'll admit ND is better than everybody thought they were going to be in the preseason, but they are not even top 15
Ohio State, LSU, USC, Florida State, Oklahoma, Georgia, Clemson, and maybe Texas are all teams ranked below ND that would beat ND.
When you actually beat a good team convincingly, I'll give ND their props.
That is true, ND has yet to beat a good team.
Tell us all again how you are "sure" Mich would beat ND if they played again. I guess you were "sure" ND would have beaten Mich last year if they played a second time?
Very "sure".. Denard is turnover prone, I'll admit that, but 4 INT's is uncharacteristic even for him. We usually only turn the ball over about once or twice a game. Turning it over 6 times was a fluke. Even with all those TO's, we were still in the game until 0's were on the clock. I think that says more about how good Michigan's D is, or how bad ND's offense is. Probably a little bit of both.
But yes, if ND rematched UM last year, we would have lost. We got extremely lucky last year. Even though ND lost last year, i bet you that you felt you were still the better team. Am I right?
6 turnovers but one was throwing it up from their own 35 right before halftime. Mich basically had 5 relevant TO's and ND had 2. Mich never led in the the game. ND led the entire game last year until the final minutes despite the 5 turnovers. Denard is turning it over more because teams with a good front seven are figuring out the best thing to do is to contain him and make him throw. He is not a passing qb. Force him to be a passer and he will make mistakes. If they play again, he will turn the ball over again so long as he is contained. Maybe he will not fumble and maybe the coach will not call for an idiotic half pass toss when their starting qb is already a half back tossing the ball. ND's offense did what they needed to do to win. They were very conservative. ND never trailed and never had to do more on O.
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