Mattison sees talent and trouble in Purdue 

October, 27, 2011
10/27/11
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Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison would love to one day be able to sit in front of the media and stand in front of his team, telling everyone there was little to be concerned with regarding an opponent.

This Saturday against Purdue is not one of those weeks.

“I hope there’s a time I can sit in here and say we’re going to be fine,” Mattison said. “Now, we’ve got to play great football on defense every single time we go out on the field, and it’s got to be play after play after play.”
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