Michigan’s performance against Wisconsin was one to remember. But it didn’t start off fantastic for the defense. Michigan’s run defense struggled to stop Jonathan Taylor early, but forced two interceptions from Alex Hornibrook and ended up dominating the Badgers throughout the second half, holding UW to only 13 points on the day. It was a dominant performance and one that needs to be relived.
So, do just that. Check out my latest play-by-play analysis. This time, I break down Michigan’s dominant 2018 defensive performance against Wisconsin:
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