Getting the Train Back on the Tracks

It looks like Michigan is getting things back on track after their first two disappointing losses. Of course not playing a team that deploys the spread offense has helped. But they do look like they have gotten some of their defensive problems worked out. And the offense is looking pretty good even with a freshman quarterback in there.

And let me add that with the way Ryan Mallett is playing, the future of Michigan football looks pretty good. He is a big kid at 6’7″ and 252 pounds. I would hate to be a defensive player trying to take him down.

Next two weeks should be fairly easy games and then it will be Purdue and since they play pretty much a spread offense, I am a bit nervous. But hopefully Michigan can do it. For now I am happy though.

Let’s just hope that tomorrow the Detroit Lions can make a large portion of the state of Pennsylvania sad. If the Lions go 3-0 that will be the first time since Billy Sims was the Lions running back.

I am a follower of Jesus, a husband to Kim, father to Hannah & Caleb, and the connections pastor at The River Church. The thoughts expressed here are my own and not The River Church's.

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