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Michigan and Michigan State are giving the Big Ten a couple of early chances to burnish its national reputation.
Michigan running back Fitzgerald Toussaint pleaded guilty Tuesday to drunken driving while his availability for Saturday night's showdown with No. 2 Alabama remained unknown.
Michigan facing another school in a spring game at the Big House?
Michigan is undefeated and rolling along behind quarterback Denard Robinson. The Wolverines have a much better defense, too.
The Big Ten is becoming a league of haves and have-nots: Those with established quarterbacks generally win. Those without usually struggle.
The Michigan defense is no longer one of the worst in the nation.
Michigan has gotten comfortable at home, winning five straight to open the season.
Michigan coaches and quarterback Denard Robinson acknowledged before the first snap of the season that it would take time for him to adjust playing in a new scheme.
Michigan swept nonconference teams in the regular season for the third straight year.