Niko Porikos grew up in an NTDP billet home. Cool story.
Michigan hit as many field goals in their win against the Spartans as [Michigan] did the entire year of 2010.
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So it's the end of the 4th quarter and we have a fourth and 3. We are already up by 37, why did RR decide to go for it and not kick a field goal? Is this not the perfect opportunity to get someone out on the field and attempt a field goal with the game clearly out of reach? Or was RR going for "style" points? I mean they could really use the experience right? Any thoughts?