Five weeks into the 2006 season, talk has already started about a potential matchup between undefeateds Michigan and Ohio State. Michigan has already won two tougher-than-anticipated Big Ten games. Now, the countdown to the final matchup begins.
But before analysts and fans circle Nov. 18 on their calendars as a No. 1-No. 2 faceoff, Michigan still must take care of its business, especially with in-state rival Michigan State coming to Ann Arbor. Already, the Wolverines have avenged three losses from last season, but now they have to keep the momentum going. Otherwise, the Paul Bunyan Trophy may have a new home come Sunday.
This week, we shine the spotlight on Michigan’s defensive end Rondell Biggs. After a late start in football and a tough road at Michigan, Biggs has finally had his chance to make his presence felt. And he’s ready for Michigan State.