There may not be a more shocking undefeated team after three weeks than the San Diego State Aztecs. The Aztecs have not been 3-0 since 1981. They will be playing with a lot of emotion in Ann Arbor against the Wolverines and their former coach Brady Hoke.
Hoke didn’t even give his former players the courtesy of letting them know in person that he was leaving, instead he sent his former team a text to let them know of his job change.
San Diego State is not coming to Ann Arbor to play anybody’s doormat. The Aztecs average 220.7 rush yards per game behind Ronnie Hillman, and he is second in the nation with 497 rushing yards.
Michigan’s defense is better than last year, but still gives up 342.7 yards per game this season.
Denard Robinson should run wild on the San Diego State defense, but Aztecs quarterback Ryan Lindley is no slouch, either. Lindley has thrown seven touchdown passes to just one interception.
If Lindley can play well and the Aztecs run the ball consistently, they will be able to control the clock and keep Denard Robinson off the field.
Do that, and San Diego State will shock the world and upset Michigan.