Don’t look now but the Michigan Wolverines are back in the Top 25 and have an undefeated record through their September schedule.
Denard Robinson is back to his running ways and the defense looks much better than it did last season at this time since they are giving up an average of under 14 points per game.
Brady Hoke is rebuilding this program back from the ashes Rich Rodriguez left it in and while it took some miraculous plays to save Michigan from Notre Dame, the Wolverines seem to have that X-factor.
That said, they have not played a ranked opponent and have also not left the comfort of the Big House yet. Michigan plays Minnesota next week and then take on Northwestern and Michigan State on the road.
We should know a lot more about this team after those games but until then, Michigan should be considered one of the top 20 teams in the country.
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