Charles Woodson believed Michigan can beat anyone in Playoff field
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:
Spoke to Charles Woodson about Hutchinson/Heisman also UM’s postseason: “When you look at the (playoff) field, if they handle business against Iowa, if you get to that tournament, the 4 teams, I don’t think there will be any team in there they don’t match up with and can’t beat” https://t.co/KBkcKv9WVj
— angelique (@chengelis) December 2, 2021
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.