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Michigan Football: Tidbits from MaizeMan Who Had An Interesting Conversation

Posted at 5:00pm — 9/12/2012

Michigan Football: Tidbits from MaizeMan Who Had An Interesting Conversation

Here is a topic that many be interesting to discuss. Had a conversation with a coach recently and the topic came up which was when do you think you have a very successful program? I found his response insightful and worth thinking about. His response when a team play against you and then starts re-thinking what they are doing in their program.

My take is that there may be that occasional team that runs a spread offense that wins the National Championship, but if you want to be a consistent challenger or be that type of team that others start questioning their own approach you have to be able to physically run the ball and overwhelm teams defensively.

When it comes to Michigan, I think they are on the right track defensively, but simply must start the transition to become much more physical on offense.

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