Sunday, September 17, 2006

Michigan [11] 47, Notre Dame [2] 21: A massacre. The Wolverines had not looked impressive against Vandy and Central Michigan, while Notre Dame played like a legit national title contender last week against Penn State. Moreover, the Irish had controlled this rivalry, especially in South Bend, where Michigan had not won in twelve years. All that came to an end yesterday, thanks to a Heisman-discrediting performance by Brady Quinn and three touchdowns from the hitherto-obscure wide receiver, Mario Manningham. Prescott Burgess picked off three Quinn passes, including one for a touchdown in the first quarter, and Michigan had the game won by the second quarter.


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