Here is a-hole Snyder's pick for tomorrow...lol, this rag is a joke:
MARK SNYDER’S SCOUTING REPORT
When U-M has the ball: Regardless of who’s the quarterback, the Wolverines’ offense should be more explosive. There are playmakers at tailback and slot receiver, the quarterbacks are more athletic and able to escape trouble, and the offensive line is now a veteran group. Another year in Rich Rodriguez’s offensive schemes should aid the comfort level.
This game, especially if Brandon Minor is limited, could see a lot of quickness out of the backfield and less traditional pounding the ball. Facing Western’s defense, with only three returning starters, can only help. The Broncos have a few returning linebackers, but with three new defensive linemen and an entirely new secondary, Michigan could roll up some big numbers.
When WMU has the ball: Tim Hiller is a veteran quarterback, one of the best in the country. His offensive line returns, almost in full, his top three rushers are back, as is one notable pass catcher in Juan Nunez. But he’s missing big-play target Jamarko Simmons, whose eligibility ran out.
If there’s anywhere Michigan’s emotion can serve as fuel, it’s on defense, where aggression up front can keep the heat on Hiller. Michigan’s safeties are untested, though, and that could be a challenge.
Prediction: Western Michigan 31, Michigan 28.