Michigan rested and rejuvenated after bye week
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan might get some easy matchups in the lackluster Big Ten this season. The Wolverines just don't think Saturday's opener at Purdue is one of them.
"We've got a tremendous challenge because I think Purdue is playing as well as anybody in our league right now," Michigan coach Brady Hoke said Monday. "We got our work cut out for us."
The Boilermakers (3-1) are off to their best start since 2007. Their loss at Notre Dame, a three-point setback, was more impressive ...
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