who fails upward better: Whitlock, Kiffin, or Brandon?
from the presser
Anyone else notice this is the second time this year that Harbaugh went for 2 after a TD was scored? (The other time was during the Oregon State game) In both games, Michigan kicked 2 FGs earlier in the contest, then made the 2-point conversion to make the score divisible by 7 again. Is there any reason to do this when leading by multiple scores in both games? (EDIT: answered in comments) Is it as simple as Harbaugh doesn't like final scores that aren't multiples of 7? I would upvote Adam if he asked about this at the next press conference.
Good news is it's easier to predict 28-0 than 27-0. Congrats to the three people that guessed the score dead-on despite THE_KNOWLEDGE's suggestion to not predict a shut-out. According to the comment timestamps, 'slacker' is your winner with his prediction at 3:20 PM, with BlueReign submitting his prediction at 3:21 PM and BellGoBlue at 9:11 PM.
First back to back shutouts since 2000. This defense is looking like one of the best in the country and we still put up 28 points without De'Veon. So bang away.
This defense is on par with 2006 or 1997.
Here's your thread for general snowflakes and hot takes on the coaching overall in this game versus Maryland.