In all my years of sports watching, I've never seen a comeback like that. True, there have been much bigger deficits overcome, and even with less time remaining in the game. But I have never seen a team look THAT BAD for an entire half and then turn things around that drastically. Given all the circumstances - the inexperienced QB, the decimated OL, being an underdog, the ineptitude in our prior three games, etc., etc. - that was the greatest comeback I've ever seen. I'm still in disbelief. Welcome to the Rodriguez Era of Michigan Football.
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