Scores: Michigan leaves Notre Dame at zero for first win
The Wolverines won the much
anticipated battle of the 0-2's,Notre Dame - Michigan final
Michigan Wolverines (1-2) are back in business after the
0-38 win against Notre Dame (0-3) on Saturday. Michigan
starting quarterback Chad Henne (injury) was replaced by Ryan
Mallett, who had a great game and proved worthy of a starting
position. Jason Gingell opened the game with 39 yard field goal
for 0-3, followed by a 2-yard rush touchdown by Mike Hart with a
good extra point for 0-10 in the 1st quarter of the Notre Dame -
Michigan college football game. In the second quarter Mike Hart,
Greg Mathews and Adrian Arrington scored for a touchdown each
and Notre Dame went to the locker rooms trailing behind 0-31 in
the first half.
After the break, both teams came out
with a victory in mind, but a Michigan 13-yard rush for
touchdown by Mario Manningham with less than 5 minutes left
until the end of the 3rd QT made it almost impossible for Notre
Dame to get back in the game. In the 4th quarter Notre Dame was
able to pass the Michigan 40-yard line only once - at the end of
the game at Michigan's 25. Final score Notre Dame vs.
Michigan game 0-38.
Michigan welcomed Notre Dame as a
favorite with betting odds on the Wolverines posted at -360 by
the online sportsbook
Bodog at bet-closing time.
Notre Dame was listed with odds +280. Michigan beat the spread
of -10 and the total was UNDER the posted 45 points.
Published on 09/15/2007