How the mighty have fallen. It will be the battle of winless teams Saturday in Ann Arbor when Notre Dame knocks heads with Michigan. Crewcut Charlie Weis' team has yet to score an offensive touchdown and ranks 119th (that's dead last in Division I-A if you're scoring at home), but that should change against a Wolverine defense that has given up 73 points in two games and ranks 108th in defense.
And get this: Michigan opened as a 9.5 favorite at the time of this post.
Other games of note, according to Doc's Sports: Tennessee (+8) at Florida; Louisville (-6.5) at Kentucky; Arkansas (+3.5) at Alabama; Boston College (+7.5) at Georgia Tech; Ohio State (-4) at resurgent Washington; USC (-10) at Nebraska and Florida State (-4) at Colorado.
The week opens Thursday with two games: West Virginia (-16) at Maryland and Texas Christian (-9) at Air Force. On Friday, Oklahoma State (-10) travels to Troy.
A reminder that you can get a copy of Doc's 2007 Sports Journal by going to this link.