The nature of RR's offenses lends itself to bigger plays but with more variability it would seem. So yeah, they might have had a TD, but what was their yards per play? Was that TD score basically the only successful play of the day?
No TDs scored ... becoming an issue
Get him back. Stat.
...because VT is doing so well, right?
Michigan has gone six straight road quarters in Rivalry Games with a touchdown
Michigan has been held without a TD in 10 of its last 12 road quarters in Rivalry Games, 12 of 16 overall under Hoke/Borges. If you want to include last year's Nebraska game--as like this year's MSU game, it's the decisive swing in UM's division chase--the number is 0 touchdowns in 16 of the 20 most important road quarters Hoke/Borges have coached at Michigan 8 straight quarters on any field without a TD vs MSU. Only 2 TDs scored in 3 years against those guys This is more than just a trend at this point. It's become the expectation.