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Expert Predicts Michigan Bowl Game!

Fall camp is into full swing at college campuses around the country. Fans are studying depth charts and counting down the days until the college football season kicks off.

Before the season arrives in a few weeks, experts are chiming in with their predictions for teams. College football expert Phil Steele made his projections of every bowl game (side note: you must be an ESPN insider to view the full article.)

The Michigan Wolverines will be playing... no, not in the BCS National Championship game. No, not in Pasadena at the Rose Bowl. No BCS bowl game for the Maize and Blue, according to Mr. Steele.

Big Blue will be playing an SEC opponent yet again on New Year's Day.

Michigan vs. Ole Miss Rebels on Jan. 1, 2014 in Jacksonville, Florida.

Steele predicts that Michigan will start off the season at least at 6-1, before losing two of their final five games. Look at the Michigan 2013 schedule and you can see that it's loaded on the back end.

Is 9-3 a realistic expectation for Michigan? Too high? Too low? Let your voice be heard and give us your expectations for Hoke and company.

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