Air Force provides unique test
Rothstein's Front Four: Wolverines must stop potent Falcons run game
Updated: September 7, 2012, 9:27 AM ETBy Michael Rothstein | WolverineNation
Matthew Emmons/US PresswireDenard Robinson and Co., roughed up by Alabama, look to reassert themselves in the home opener.ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- This week, Michigan has a chance to reassert itself. Brady Hoke has spent his week doing a multitude of things, including seeing whether his players will bounce back and testing how much his players like football after Alabama thrashed the Wolverines last weekend, 41-14, in Arlington, Texas. As the second-year Michigan coach said before the season opener, he wouldn't truly know about his team until he played a game. Now, more quickly than he probably would like, he will see the type of resolve this season's Wolverines have.
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