Michigan Football: Predicting the Wolverines' Stats vs. Central Michigan

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Michigan Football: Predicting the Wolverines' Stats vs. Central Michigan
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Brady Hoke's Wolverines cut their teeth Saturday vs. the Central Michigan Chippewas.

Smashed, squashed, hammered, pulverized or annihilated. 

Pick a word that portrays a vicious beating, and you'll have one that accurately describes what Michigan is most likely going to do to Central Michigan starting at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at The Big House.

The game shouldn't be close for long. 

There will probably be floods of freshmen and second-teamers taking the field early in the third quarter. 

That being said, it's not exactly going out on a limb by predicting a 49-10 triumphor betterfor the Wolverines, a heavyweight challenger for a Big Ten championship this season. The Chippewas are essentially a sacrificial lamb for coach Brady Hoke, who's yet to lose a game on his home turf. 

Michigan is 3-0 versus Central Michigan and won 42-17 in 2006, the most recent meeting. 

In this slideshow, statistics for key Wolverines starters and others likely bound for meaningful playing time will be examined and forecast. 

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