Notre Dame vs Michigan: Get the Scoreboard Ready
While Michigan and Notre Dame will be playing for the first time at night at Michigan's Big House, the person who needs to be ready to go is the scoreboard operator.
While Michigan's offense did not show the nation a whole lot last week, that may have had more to do with their opponent rather than their skill level.
Like last year, Michigan will rely on the playmaking abilities of Denard Robinson. Robinson has the unique ability to make teams pay with they do not play disciplined football.
One thing that we have not seen is that if Robinson has turned into an adequate enough passer to make teams respect him. If he has, Michigan could be in for an outstanding season.
On the other hand, Notre Dame had no issues moving the ball last week. Instead, the problem that they ran into was turning the ball over deep inside of the redzone. Anytime you give away the ball when your going in for a score, it is hard to earn a victory.
At the end of the day, Notre Dame has a better defense and should be able to defend Robinson and the Michigan offense better than the Michigan defense can defend Rees and the Notre Dame offense.
So Mr. Scoreboard Operator, get ready because tonight at the Big House, their should not be a dull moment.
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