And, frankly, Michigan's offense can go punch for punch with Ohio States. Actually, they did even with Tressel outcoaching Carr, again.
The game was close only because the UM won the turnover battle 3-0. History has shown that teams on the downside of that stat lose almost 90% of the time.
For those "outside of Michigan", the truth is no one other than Michigan fans wanted to see a rematch, regardless of where they live.
Back to the game, my feeling is this. It is my understanding that UF has a questionable offensive line, in addition to the fact that Leak seems to turn into a different QB under pressure. That said, if OSU can bring pressure with only rushing four, like they have all year with the exception of UM, this game will not be close. When UF tries to come from behind, and they will have to, OSU will drop into that pass stifling cover 2.
On the offensive side, OSU hung 42 on Michigan, who defense in my opinion is far superior to UFs. Nuff said.