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Michigan Football

Title just one win away

BY DANIEL BROMWICH

The Michigan-Ohio State game tomorrow will decide the Big Ten Champion for the 42nd time in the series' history.
Something that has happened 42 times in 104 years shouldn't surprise anyone.
But the way the teams got here has been all but predictable.

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2007 Michigan schedule recap

Appalachian St. (Sept. 1), L 32-34: Imagine opening the door to your dorm room and someone punching you in the face. That's what happened at the Big House. So much for a National Championship.
Oregon (Sept. 8), L 7-39: Then the person that punched you in the face added insult to injury by stepping on your crotch and spitting in your ear. Then he walks out your front door with your girlfriend and steals your laptop. And your pillow.

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1-2-3: The Wolverines' disappointments revisited

Brian Merlos

2004
Ohio State 37, Michigan 21
"We had not played like we'd hoped to. I think that's obvious," Michigan coach Lloyd Carr said.
Records before game: Michigan (7-0 Big Ten, 9-1 Overall); Ohio State (3-4, 6-4)

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BREAKING NEWS: Players confirm Carr is retiring

BY SCOTT BELL

Posted on Nov. 18, posted 4:40 p.m., last updated 5:15 p.m.

Lloyd Carr, the third-winningest coach in Michigan football history, will announce his retirement after 12-plus seasons as the Wolverines' head coach, players confirmed today.
The official announcement will likely come Monday morning at a 10 a.m. press conference held at the Junge Champions Center.
Carr told his players of his decision at a team meeting this afternoon.

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Want to help Michigan? Wear maize Saturday

BY DANIEL BROMWICH

All right, Wolverine Nation. It's time for me to hit you with some truthbombs.
You've sucked as fans this year.
From chanting "We Want Mallett!" during the first half of the Oregon game to leaving before the end of the same contest to booing Michigan coach Lloyd Carr during the pre-game introductions of the Notre Dame game - it's been flat-out embarrassing.
Your performance against Oregon even led to the following statement:
"I don't really care what fans think," captain Mike Hart said.

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A year later, Blue reflects on Bo's lessons

BY SCOTT BELL

When the Michigan football team takes the field Saturday afternoon to play its biggest game of the season, it will come exactly one year after the passing of legendary coach Bo Schembechler.
Schembechler, probably the Michigan football team's most recognizable figure, died just a day before Michigan's 42-39 loss to No. 1 Ohio State last season.
That week, Schembechler met with reporters at a press conference previewing The Game. Schembechler talked for nearly a half hour, refusing to sit on a stool a media relations official offered to him.

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Streak can't stop seniors

Jessica Boullion

BY KEVIN WRIGHT

Brandent Englemon is sick of it.
The fifth-year senior has been questioned again and again about Michigan's three-game losing streak to rival Ohio State, and he's had about enough of the talk.
"Any time you have a rivalry and you haven't won in a couple of years, you get tired of hearing, 'Oh, they can't beat O State' or 'They can't win this game,' " Englemon said. "It's getting old."

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Tight Lipped: With Ohio State state looming, Carr is mum on status of injured players

BY JACK HERMAN

Michigan coach Lloyd Carr never likes to reveal too much about injuries at his Monday press conference. And with the Big Ten Championship on the line against Ohio State this Saturday, he was more tight-lipped than usual yesterday.
Never mind Chad Henne and Mike Hart. Even the status of special teams player Anton Campbell was off limits.
"Saturday," Carr said when asked about Campbell's injury.The same went for Henne and Hart: "We'll have to see on Saturday."

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Badgered

BY DANIEL BROMWICH

Frosh's miscues continue

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