VSThe #7 and #10 teams respectively face off this week in one of two quality games, the other featuring the #6 Florida State Seminoles against the #11 Ohio State Buckeyes.Both Michigan and Alabama are coming off impressive opening weekends, but this weeks opponent possess a completely different challenge.Michigan's offense has been working towards greatness the past few seasons and so far this season it looks like they may have reached their goal. QB Dwayne Morris leads a very talented group and began the week in Heisman fashion with a 10/13 3 TD day against Wake Forest last week. Teams can't sleep on the Wolverine ground game this season either. HBs Kevin Smith and Joe Fontaine are a solid thunder and lightning combo that keep defense on their toes and totaled 170 yards against WF in week 1. Defensively, UofM is fairly weak in the secondary and that could be a major issue against a talented Alabama squad that can also beat you in a number of ways.Alabama's offense is one of the top offenses in the nation year in and year out. QB Larue Smith can be turnover prone, but when he's focuses he is a deadly. Smith threw for over 200 yards and 4 TDs against the #21 Purdue Boilermakers in week 1, but he also chucked up a pair on interceptions. Alabama's real weapon is no secret, and thats HB Andrew Bowser. The kid plays like he's in an arcade video game, picking up where he left off in last years MVP candidate season. Bowser rushed for 185 yards and 3 TDs in week 1. Like Michigan, Alabama's achilles heal is it's secondary. This could be a major issue against the potent Michigan attack, especially if the Bama front 7 has difficulty containing the speedy Dwayne Morris at QB.My Pick: This is going to be a high scoring game that might come down to who has the ball last. I've got my Big Ten brethren winning this one in a toss-up, 45-38.Last weeks pick in review: I picked fuzzy to beat Oregon by 21, he won by 19...pretty good start!