Wolverines Won't Overlook Eastern Michigan

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- The Wolverines don't plan to overlook Eastern Michigan as it did with Appalachian State.
Michigan has bounced back from its first two setbacks with three straight wins.
The Eagles opened the season with lopsided losses to Pittsburgh and Ball State, then responded with wins at Northern Illinois and against Howard.
They lost 30-7 at Vanderbilt last week, but they're hoping their spread offense gives Michigan problems as it has in the past.
The Wolverines hope to keep Eastern off the field with Mike Hart. The way Hart is running lately, he likely will become the school's all-time leading rusher on Michigan's first drive tomorrow.
Hart is just 32 yards away from breaking Anthony Thomas' career record.

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