Michigan had a bit of a slow start on offense against Maryland, starting 3 of their 4 drives with either a turnover or a punt. Eventually, though, they found their groove and put together plenty of scoring drives to beat the Terrapins 42-21 in a game that wasn’t nearly as close as the score makes it seem. In this episode, I review how Michigan found that success on offense. A lot of it has to do with Patterson having one of his best games in a Wolverine uniform, as well the offensive line continues to block well.
Dive into the eight standout offensive plays of the Michigan-Maryland matchup:
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