Former Michigan star Charles Woodson believes the Wolverines have the capability this season to win the program’s first national title since his 1997 squad.

The Heisman Trophy winner thinks No. 2 Michigan matches up well with whoever they’d face if they defeat No. 13 Iowa in the B1G title game and qualify for the College Football Playoff:

The former defensive back is a member of both the Pro Football Hall of Fame and College Football Hall of Fame.

Michigan avenged its recent demons when they defeated Ohio State for the first time in a decade last weekend. The B1G East champion Wolverines will square with B1G West champion Iowa in the conference title game on Dec. 4.

Michigan defeated then-No. 2 Ohio State 42-27 for its fourth consecutive victory. No. 13 Iowa is coming off a 28-21 victory at Nebraska for its fourth win in a row. The last B1G title for Michigan and Iowa is when they claimed a share in 2004. Michigan leads the all-time series 42-15-4 and won the last meeting in 2019 vs. Iowa.