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Here comes Akron
« on: September 11, 2013, 04:02:50 PM »

It appears that this is the first time we have ever played Akron. They invade The Big House at noon this Saturday, September 14, 2013.

I would imagine the coaches will remind The Team we have to move past the ultra-emotional Under the Lights event of this past Saturday. I expect Akron to play their best game ever hoping for the chance to knock of 'Mighty' Michigan on their home turf of Michigan Stadium (ala the Appalachian State 'debacle'  ::)). Not too often teams get to play in front of 110,000 plus football fans.

Akron is 1-1 so far with drubbing at UCF in Florida back in August 38-7, and then a come from behind and hold 'em off victory over James Madison 35-33 last Saturday.

I expect a Michigan victory but, as always, I hope to a hard-played, exciting football game with maybe time for a few pictures again from the NW corder of the endzone in Michigan Stadium! GO BLUE!!

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