Did Harbaugh and offensive staff crawl into a late game shell at Iowa and OSU or did UM not have a strong enough o-line to execute critical plays when needed? I get this line was good to very good and several members will play on Sundays. That said, in both losses (even at MSU) it seemed UM couldn't get those tough 3 to 4 yard rushing plays when needed. Defenses knew UM was running and stuffed them. Were these stops due to lackluster play calling or the o-line not being able to impose its will when needed? Thanks for any light shed on the subject.
So I happen to live in a city, Las Vegas, with a bowl game coming up later this month. Given the likely matchup, I'm sure loads of tickets will be available. I've never actually gone to a bowl game before. Has anyone gone to one in which Michigan wasn't involved and what was your experience like?
We play Cincy at home next year...
...I searched to see if this thread was alread posted and found this from 2008.
Article on ESPN. Not sure how that can be justified when we destroyed PSU 49-10.