So there were what maybe 80 guys seeing PT today - was that the most ever?
Hoke was top notch at this aspect of his job.
Who didn't play?
#66 snapper George Morales
edit: list confirms he did not play
I don't think they have a stat for number of players seeing action. It has been a long time since Michigan blew out an opponent like this, but it used to happen with some regularity, and I have to assume that Rodriguez's predecessors emptied the bench, just as he did.
However, I do not recall a game in which five QBs took snaps.
Who was the fifth QB? I wasn't watching the second half very avidly. I saw 4 QB's Tate, Shoelace, Sheridan, and Coner...
for the win
Jack Kennedy (on the very last play).
Really? I get negged for asking a question?
When it says Jack Kennedy in the headline of the post you do.
I actually didn't neg you though. Now I will (Not really).
exactly 80 guys saw playing time today. Interesting to see that its pretty clear he's looking to not burn too many redshirts on the freshmen.
Also, who was #60 who went in in the 4th at third or fourth string nose guard (Ware?) That dude was a stump.
I thought that "burning" a redshirt meant playing them enough so that they cannot redshirt that year.
was Zoltan. When was the last time (if ever?) UM played a a game and did not have to punt even once????
While he did not punt, The Space Emperor is gracious enough to be the holder in our PAT attempts. So, he did see the field Saturday. Perhaps all 9 times.
It was Ware who got in at NT.
On another note, did anyone come away impressed with the size and athleticism of Brandon Moore? He was lining up wide on my side of the field and god he is a beast.
new nickname "The Stump" 5'7" 250+ lbs.