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Inside and out, short plays and long

A closer look at five key categories proves the answer plays in Green Bay

Originally Published: September 9, 2009
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Jimmy Clausen looked very good in Notre Dame's opening game. One key for Michigan to stop the Irish offense may be their ability to get pressure on the quarterback. Even if the Wolverines can't get to Clausen for a sack, they could have success making him hurry. Clausen threw the ball under pressure four times against Nevada, and completed a pass three times. However, of the three completions, only one went for positive yards.

MAKING SMART CHOICES

Clausen showed the ability to connect ...

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