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Michigan Football: Five Things We Learned From Week One
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The state of Michigan football was far less certain a few days ago. For most of the summer, the defense was in disarray, the quarterback situation was one of those known unknowns, and people spoke of Rich Rodriguez as if he had vandalized the integrity of Michigan football.

Michigan is still not completely regenerated, but in the most pivotal game of Rich Rod’s tenure, the team was led to victory by Denard Robinson’s proclivity for creating something out of nothing. Not even God did it quite so well.

Now there is hope that Michigan can resume its winning ways and build for the future. The season is still fragile, but there is a lot to like about this team and the late season swoon that doomed the 2009 squad to mediocrity is far less likely to occur. Fans can expect this team to be competitive, which is good enough for now.

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