It has been my perception that most of Michigan's interceptions, and for that matter, turnovers have occurred in or near the red zone; often on third and long situations and often when someone was trying to force something that wasn't there. I'm wondering if part of the problem is the frustration of getting to the 15-yardline and stalling (or being hurt by penalties) and recognizing that absent a touchdown, we're probably not going to score. That would suggest to me that if Michigan's kicking game was even okay, there would be fewer interceptions. Anyone else have that sense?
i would find this more credible if it was about Tom Crean