The only way he loses his job this year is the Wolverines go 0-3 against Ohio State, Notre Dame, and bowl game opponent. Should that happen he will resign, but I don't think it will. This is a good Michigan team if it can stay healthy. The real problem they have is depth, so Wolverine fans, pray on your idols to your heathen gods for the health and safety of Henne and Hart.
Game of the Year: Ohio State vs. Michigan (runner up: Texas vs. Oklahoma)
This is the year that the two teams square off, undefeated. I think the National Championship will really be decided here, but fret not Wolverine fans, you shall make a BCS Bowl inspite of your crushing defeat. I have no idea why i keep addressing them; They are not expected to have the internet that far north until 2028.
Worst Commentator: Mark May
Now that Trev Alberts is gone the Trev Alberts Award for Broadcasting and Analytical Ineptitude goes to his former partner Mark May. Mark May is roughly as insightful as John Madden, unfortunately he is too young to cling to the senility defense.
Worst Announcer: Dan Fouts
Now that Keith Jackson has completely succumbed to senility, to the point that he is no longer calling games, Dan Fouts runs away with this award. His voice is abrasive, his biases apparent, and his insight is Mark Mayesque (new word, hoping to getting into Wikipedia today).
Crash and Burn Award: California
The Cal Bears have become the sexy pick in the PAC 10 this year, but i have no idea why. They have a good running back like they do every year and a mediocre defense like they do every year, so I predict that they will lose a bunch of games this year, like they do every year. If we do not learn from history we are doomed to repeat it, apparently sport's writers are slow learners because continue to gain unwarranted early season props.
This will make me look foolish in a few months for sure, but here are some games that I have a feeling about early on.
USC loses to a team from Arizona, not sure which one yet, but I got a feeling!
Cal loses to several teams because they overrated (like every other year).
Notre Dame loses to Michigan, USC, and at least one other Big Ten team.
Big Ten: Ohio State
Big Twelve: Oklahoma
Big Least: West Virginia
Pac 10: USC
ACC: Florida St.
MAC: Northern Illinois
Conference USA: Who cares