After getting knocked around by the Alabama Crimson Tide, the Michigan Wolverines will face an easier (but still quite tricky) task in their second game when they host the Air Force Falcons at Michigan Stadium. Their 41-14 loss to Alabama vaulted the Tide into No. 1 on the polls, but Air Force's defense isn't quite up to par with the defending national champions.
Specifically, Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson should have a much easier time getting his team onto the board against the Falcons, who allowed 21 points against Idaho State in their first game, a 49-21 win. Robinson put up only a single touchdown against the Crimson Tide while completing 11-of-26 passes.
Cody Getz will be the player to watch on Air Force's flexbone offense. The running back put up 218 yards and three touchdowns in the win over Idaho State.
Game time, TV channel: 3:30 p.m. ET, ABC
Point spread: Michigan favored by 21½ points.
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