Michael Rothstein writes: For the past three years it has unfolded in eerily similar fashion, Michigan coming back to win in the final seconds, beating Notre Dame by four points. The Wolverines did it when the Irish were favored and when the teams were thought to be even.
Chantel Jennings writes: Turnovers played a big role in Michigan’s victory over Notre Dame last season. But through three games in 2012, Notre Dame has a turnover margin of plus-5, while the Wolverines have struggled mightily to force turnovers and are at minus-3.
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