Michigan Prepares For UMass

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Michigan gets what should be a tune-up game this week against Massachusetts.
The 19th-ranked Wolverines need it after barely beating Air Force and getting routed by Alabama.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke says quarterback Denard Robinson did well with the team's mission of getting him more involved with the running game against the Falcons. Robinson had 218 yards rushing and 208 yards passing, becoming the first to run and throw for 200-plus yards three times in major college football history, and scored four touchdowns in the 31-25 win.
UMass has been outscored 82-6 in two losses to open the season.




 
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