Michigan Season Outlook On The Schedule: Part 1

Denny LiContributor IJuly 21, 2009

13 Oct 2001:  Michgan fans wave a giant flag to support their team against Purdue during the game at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  Michigan beat Purdue 24-10. DIGITAL IMAGE. Mandatory Credit: Danny Moloshok/Allsport

  Hi, I'm back! I now bring to you, a Michigan Season outlook!

Week 1: Western Michigan- A perfect test project with Tate Foricer and Rich Rod's offence. Not many reasons to like Western. Michigan-48 Western Michigan-12     (1-0)

Week 2: Notre Dame- Last year turnovers debacled (yes, that's a real word) the Wolverines. Live and Learn. The Wolverines will make few mistakes as they "upset" Notre Dame. Michigan-21 Notre Dame-17 (2-0)

Week 3: Eastern Michigan- Really, I can't think of anything but meeting up with former D coordinator, Ron English. Michigan wins big time. Michigan-51 Eastern Michigan-7 (3-0)

Week 4: Indiana- Homecoming. Big win. End of Story. Michigan-35 Indiana-13 (4-0)

Week 5: MSU- MSU lost there: Starting QB and Starting RB. Ouch... Michigan takes back the Paul Bunyan trophy back to Ann Arbor. Michigan-24 MSU-14 (5-0)

Week 6: Iowa: By far the most conrversal of the matchs. I like Michigan to win, but not for the reason you think. Michigan's punt team will continuly pin Rick Stanzi and Co. very deep. Thus, Rick will make mistakes putting presure on the tough Iowa D. Can you say Zolten Mesko= MVP? Michigan-13 Iowa-10 (OT) (6-0)

Will Michigan be able to finsh undefeted? Will Michigan rise up to be the power of the Big Ten once more? Will I ever stop blasting Iowa for being overated? Will I stop asking these stupid questions? All this answered and more in the next season preview!See you next time!