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Michigan's Not Dead Yet

The money men still like them as nearly a touchdown favorite against Oregon


Many teams will have the same problem this year, but Oregon's run/pass defense was his first victim: Anthony Alridge.  Now, Alridge is one of the speedier backs around and Mike Hart's more of a courageous plodder, but you get the idea that Oregon's run defense (or lack thereof) might be a factor here.

Update: Oregon 39, Michigan 7

Ok, now they're dead! 

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Reader Comments (6)

Lloyd Carr should have been fired long time ago. I couldn't understand how he is still there coaching. People should get the idea that he is a clueless coach when he was letting Tom Brady sit on the bench for 3 1/2 yrs. A future hall of fame QB sitting on the bench, while all this time he could have led Michigan to 2-3 national championship.

I think Michigan should fire Lloyd Carr, and replace him with the coach that beat him. Just imagine if he would have the Michigan players. It would be winning the national title every year.
September 2, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterFire Lloyd Carr
Michigan's season is over, even if they win the rest of their games they don't deserve to be ranked as a top 25 team. let's hope the pollsters remember 34-32. The fan's of college football will.
September 3, 2007 | Unregistered Commenterfootball fan2
I'm looking forward to the day this hysterical overreaction subsides.
September 3, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterBurrill
In terms of a national championship, Michigan's season is over. Period. A team doesn't get to drop one at home to a 1-AA squad and then just chalk it up as a fluke to be ignored. It counts. They should drop out of the top 25. If Michigan starts winning again, sure they can climb back into the national rankings. . .just not a championship. The #5 ranking was merely a guess based on the past. The loss to Appalachian State was reality. Tough game.
September 3, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterFar
You're right. Michigan's season is over. This loss is unrecoverable. Not just for this season, but for all future seasons. Thanks to that IDIOT Lloyd Carr, Michigan will forever be linked to the MOST HUMILIATING LOSS IN THE HISTORY OF SPORTS. Not just the history of college football. That much is a given. This loss is an abomination that never should have happened. If we play Appalachian State 1,000 times, we should WIN 1,000 times. Carr is an incompetent IDIOT.

I honestly hope that ND, MSUcks, and tOSUcks kick the hell out of Carr as well. Maybe then the MORONS who are in charge at UM will FINALLY see the light and FIRE THAT IDIOT!!!

I'm ashamed to call myself a Michigan fan.
September 3, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAshamed Wolverine
Michigan is not dead yet. It should have a great comeback and prove its existence to the world. Our good wishes are always with you, Michigan, keep rocking!!!!
August 5, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterVanessa

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