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2B - Football Saturday - October 11, 2008

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October 11, 2008 - Football Saturday - 7B


2008 Michigan Schedule
Utah, L 23-25: Michigan was expected to have growing pains. And after a failed comeback
attempt, the Wolverines were on the wrong end of an opening game for the second year in a row.
Miami (Ohio), W 16-6: At least this game isn't against Oregon. Michigan should be able to win
against the average Mid-American Conference team or the Wolverines might really be in trouble.

depth chart vs.


The Michigan Daily football writers give 12 bold predictions for
tomorrow's game. Some of these are safe, some are daring -
and some are just outlandish.
Sam McGuffie was a legend on campus hefore he even
graduated from high school. After watching his YouTube
highlight reel, fans were salivating at the possibilities. But
other than his stats, what do we know about McGuffie?
According to the stats, who has the edge? Read here to see the
breakdown of Toledo and Michigan's offense, defense, special
teams and intangibles.
Breakout performances from freshmen and injuries have impact-
ed this week's depth chart. Learn more about who will likely start
x against Toledo and who won't even make the list.

9/ 3 at Notre Dame, L 17-35: With six turnovers, it looked like this could be one of
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the sloppiest games the Wolverines would play. It was - for a week.
9/27 Wisconsin, W 27-25: The first half was terrible. The second half was inspiring. And though Threet
continued to improve, the Wolverines had no rhythm until their backs were against the wall.
0/4 Illinois, L45-20: It was an historic day for all the wrong reasons. Michigan allowed the most
1 / points at home since 1991, and it was the Wolverines' worst Big Ten loss since 1968.
0/ 11 Toledo: Enter token cupcake game here. That's what Michigan thought last year in its
October game against Eastern Michigan, anyway, before the Eagles kept it close.
O/18 at Penn State: Penn State is returning to its spread offense, and it hopes it will be better than
ever. "Spread HD," as the Nittany Lions call it, should test Michigan's experienced defense.
1 / 5 Michigan State: We've heard it every year - Michigan State will be good this year, seriously.
10/25 ut with superstar Spartan running back Javon tinger, it could actually.happen.
111 at Purdue: Senior quarterback Curtis Painter may give Michigan's secondary
trouble, but that's about all the Wolverines need to worry about.
11/8 at Minnesota: Watch out - Minnesota has already quintupled its win total from last year.
1 / 5 Northwestern: It's always good to have a game against a doormat before facing Ohio State,
11/15 right As long as Michigan doesn't underestimate the Wildcats, it should bean easy game.
2211 at Ohio State: Michigan has lost four straight against the Buckeyes, and Ohio
State will be shooting for a prime BCS bowl bid. This could be ugly.

1 Redshirt freshman
Q Steven Threet
2. Redshirt sophomore 1. Pifth-year senior
Nick Sheridan1 Tim Jarison
2. Redshirt sophom
R B 1. Freshman Sam McGuffie Greg Banks
2. Junior Brandon Minor 1. Fifth-year senior
[ Will Johnson
1. Redshirt sophomore D 2. Sophomore
FB Mark Moundros Renaldo Sagesse
Vince Helmuth 1. Senior Terrance T
1. Junior Greg Mathews 2. Preshman Mike M
I\ j 2. Redshirt junior
LaTerryal Savoy
1. Junior Brandon Gr.
S EF 2. Redshirt freshmai
W . R ohooein Babb D - Ryan Van Bergen
PR 2 reshman Darryl
Stonum L .Fifth-year senior
1Freshman 5L John Thompson
Martavious Odoms 2. Sophomore Mare
S T 2. Sophomore
Toney Clemons 1. Redshirt sophomi
1. Freshman Kevin Koger 2. Fifth-year senior
1E 2 esitjno John Thompson
Carson Butler 1.Redshirt sopho-
more Jonas Mouton
1. Redshirt sophomore W L2. Redshirt freshma
"Perry Dorrestein Kevin Leach
2. Redshirt sophomore 1. Fifth-year senior
Bryant Nowicki Morgan Trent
1. Redshirt junior C B 2. Sophomore
L Mark Ortmann Troy Woolfolk
2. Redshirt freshman
Mark Huyge 1. Junior Stevie Brow
1. Redshirt freshman FS 2. Redshirt freshmai
David Molk Michael Williams
2. Redshirt junior
Tim McAvoy 1. Senior Brandon H
1. Redshirt junior SS 2. Fifth-year senior
RG David Moosman Charles Stewart
R2.tedshirt sophomore 1Be
John Ferrara1.Spo reDn
SB van Warren
1. Redshirt sophomore C B, 2. Preshman Boubac
RT Stephen Schilling Cissoko
2. Freshman Patrick
1. Fifth-year senior 1. Junior Greg N
K.C. Lopata 2. Sophomore
2. Fifth-year senior Donovan Warr
Jason Gingell
1. Redshirt junior 1. Freshman Martavious
Zoltan Mesko Odoms
2. Redshirt sopho- 2. Redshirt freshman
more Bryan Wright Avery Horn
Note: Depth chart as predicted by Daily football writers.

Il Evans

Economic Issues
in the Campaign:
Health Care, Taxes, Trade,
and the Financial Crisis
A Panel Discussion Hosted by
the Office of Tax Policy Research
at the Ross School of Business
October 14, 2008
Palmer Commons,
Great Lakes South Central Room, 4th Floor
4:15 - 6:00 p.m.
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