Michigan’s dominant win over Nebraska in front of a maize’d out crowd was one of the more complete wins for the Wolverines in recent memory. It was a great showing from both the offense and defense, but it was the offense that really started to click for Michigan. Big runs from Karan Higdon, great throws from Shea Patterson and Dylan McCaffrey, and some nice plays from both the receivers and tight ends helped lead UM to its highest point total since the 2016 win over Maryland (59-3).
In the first part of my MGoFilm Analysis, I break down Michigan’s big offensive plays vs Nebraska:
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