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College Football Recap
Wednesday, 2008 September 10 - 8:56 pm
Late late late, I know. I'll make this brief.

Michigan 16, Miami (OH) 6

Well, Michigan squeaked by a mediocre MAC team. The offense was an improvement, but still not terribly efficient; Threet missed a lot of wide-open receivers. The defense played well but was helped by a number of Miami mistakes and dropped passes.

N.C. State 34, William and Mary 24

The Wolfpack struggled early against the I-AA (er, FCS) school, but Harrison Beck replaced starting QB Daniel Evans in the second quarter, and the offense started to move the ball. William and Mary made the score respectable with a couple of late touchdowns, but State was in control for most of the game.

Other News

Notre Dame eked out 21-13 a win against a bad San Diego State team. Notre Dame benefited from a questionable call of a goal-line fumble by the Aztecs. Michigan plays Notre Dame in South Bend this Saturday.

Ohio State struggled to a 26-14 win against Ohio U, and will need to improve drastically to compete with USC this weekend.

Vanderbilt upset South Carolina 24-17.

Florida beat Miami 26-3.


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Comment #1 from Jon (olafandyjon)
2008 Sep 11 - 10:41 am : #
I have to say that I was quite worried about the prospect of our kids going into South Bend and playing in the shadow of Touchdown Jesus. But it appears that ND hasn't improved much since last year. It only puts both teams on equal footing, but I'm more confident about a win than before I got to see what ND put on the field.

As for OSU, I think Beanie Wells will be back, but I don't know how effective he'll be. Not sure if it was the dreaded "look ahead to USC" ploy or if Wells really is that important to the Buckeye offense.

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