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Playoff bound? Projecting the remainder of the Michigan football schedule

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Don Drysdale
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Heading into the 2016 college football schedule, there were three games that really stood out on the University of Michigan schedule. Those games were Oct. 29 at Michigan State, Nov. 12th at Iowa, and Nov. 26th at Ohio State. At the time, it looked like the Wolverines would be faced with the task of facing the three best teams in the Big Ten on the road.

Fast forward to today. Michigan already took care of business against the Spartans, who are winless in the Big Ten and the Nov. 12th game at Iowa does not look quite as daunting as it once did, though I do expect that game to be closer than most do. In addition, Ohio State already has a loss and has looked very beatable.

So, we thought it would be fun to take our best shot at projecting the remainder of the Wolverines schedule. Can they win out and qualify for the College Football playoff, or will they get beat by an all-to-familiar foe?

It’s time to find out!

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