Michigan Football: 8 Reasons To Believe 2010 Start Won't Turn Into 2009 Finish

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Michigan Football: 8 Reasons To Believe 2010 Start Won't Turn Into 2009 Finish
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The favored Notre Dame team, clinging to a 3 point lead as the game winds down.  With touted QB at the helm, Michigan begins driving, culminating in an exciting last-second touchdown that propels the Wolverines over the Irish.

This wasn't Michigan's 28-24 victory over Notre Dame this past Saturday, no, but Michigan's 38-34 victory over Notre Dame last year in Ann Arbor.

The hero, Tate Foricer, was the talk of the college football world.

It's almost unnerving how similar the story has gone.  In fact, it seems all-too-familiar:  the Heisman hype, the 2-0 start, and Rich Rod's smiling press conferences.

Have you ever been in a movie, thinking, "Wow!  That was an awful ending!  I wish I could change it!", well, that's about where Michigan finds themselves - having seen it before, and this time willing to change it.

But what is most important is that this year is not last year, and here's 8 reasons why this year could be totally different.

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