Mandel obviously has to lay off the chili as it keeps him up all night writing moronic articles like this - pass the pepto.
Michigan: Can Brady Hoke adapt his offense for Denard Robinson?
Hoke and coordinator Al Borges -- a West Coast devotee -- plan to run a drastically different offense than Rich Rodriguez's spread-and-shred attack. "To a degree ... we're blowing a lot of it up," Borges told the Detroit News. Hoke's goal is a balanced attack that features a two-back, downhill rushing element. It's admirable, but it remains to be seen whether the smaller, speedier personnel Rodriguez recruited will fit that vision. Thus far underutilized tailback Stephen Hopkins (6-foot, 227 pounds) could get more carries. But the biggest question: What will become of the electrifying Robinson? "I don't see Denard rushing for 1,700 yards, and I told him that," said Borges. "But I could see him rushing for 1,000 yards, and I could see him throwing for that 700 or 800 he didn't rush for."
Michigan's burning question is DEFENSE. Not if DR gets 500 yds less or more rushing yards.