After a tough week one against Notre Dame, Michigan rebounded in a big way against the Broncos of Kalamazoo. As a result, this weeks analysis of the Wolverines play is a bit more fun to go through. Michigan’s offense really got going after the first posession, picking up 451 total yards with efficient passing and a gashing run game. Higdon led the way on the ground, picking up 156 and a score on only 13 carries. Patterson put together a highly efficient effort in his second game as a Wolverine, going 12/17 for 125 yards and 3 TDs.
If you couldn’t tell from the numbers, Michigan’s OL performed a bit better than they did against the Fighting Irish. For this second episode in season 2 of MGoFilm analysis, I’m taking a look at the big plays that helped Michigan pull out their 49-3 victory:
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