I don’t really have an opinion, so I am interested in some analysis of whether good weather is favorable or unfavorable for Michigan against ND. We all know that the rain was a non-factor for Michigan for the majority of the time the players were actually on the field. However, the weather in South Bend was not good and surely contributed to some of the poor QB play and turnovers.
Michigan has the potential for a dynamic rush attack with several weapons: Fitz, Shaw, Denard, etc. Cierre Wood put up 104 on 20 carries with 1TD last week in poor weather.
Should the weather be good or poor, how does this affect the play on the field and who has the edge?