Found October 04, 2011 on MaizeAndGoBlue:

For the fifth time in five weeks we have a new winner. This time it was squashman who got the win in dominating fashion. His 84 points were a fraction less than half of second place TrueBlue88.

Squashman was only seven points away from Michigan’s passing yard total (as was ctm0224) and seven away from the longest play of the game, which was Courtney Avery’s 83-yard interception return in the fourth quarter. He was also the closest to picking Minnesota’s total amount of punt yardage, only 43 away. In fact, he and TrueBlue88 were the only contestants within 100 of that pick.

TtownWolv was the most confident in Michigan’s offense, predicting 56 points (two away), while Jim Mackiewicz, TrueBlue88, and bomoho each correctly predicted Denard’s completion total.

For his win, squashman gets a $15 MDen gift card so he can gear up for the rest of the season. Click here for last week’s results and here for the overall standings.

This week, Michigan leaves Ann Arbor for the first time, traveling to Evanston, Ill. to face the Northwestern Wildcats. It’s another under the lights game, although this time not in the Big House. Northwestern is 2-2, with losses to Army and Illinois and wins over Boston College and Eastern Illinois. The Wildcats rank smack in the middle nationally in points per game (28.8) and points allowed (24.3).  Here are this week’s questions:

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