Before a single snap, it seems everyone expects Saturday’s game between Wisconsin and Michigan to be a shootout.
With the Badgers unloading 83 points on Indiana just days ago and quarterback Denard Robinson leading a quick-strike Wolverine offense, it’s easy to see why.
Just don’t tell the Wisconsin defense that they’re about to take part in a high-scoring affair.
“I’m a defensive guy so I hope it doesn’t that work out that way,” senior linebacker Culmer St. Jean said of a potential shootout. “That would be a tough Sunday coming back watching film.”
Still, the Badger defense knows they have an extremely tough challenge ahead of them this weekend in Ann Arbor.
Robinson took the college football world by storm early this season, rushing for a 181 yards per game through the first five weeks. After a 5-0 start Michigan went on to lose their next three, with Robinson struggling to make an impact in the passing game, but the production continued on the ground, highlighted by a 191 yard outing against Penn State.
At times, he’s single-handedly carried Michigan, whose defense ranks last in the Big Ten in yardage allowed per game.
Lets hope that Bucky can win again. GO BUCKY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!