I was surprised to see Michigan's time of possession vs EMU at only 20 minutes Saturday. EMU held the ball for the remaining 40. Against future ball control teams this year like Wisconsin, MSU and perhaps Ohio State, Michigan's offense will be under considerable pressure to be more effective with its opportunities(score touchdowns, not field goals).
UM finally appears to have some decent offensive weaponry (if they can stay healthy).
After 3 games it's refreshing to see Michigan leading the Big Ten in scoring (1st place with 38 points/game) and yards per game 439 (2nd place to Purdue has 440/game).