I just had to laugh at these couple of sentences he threw into his article about Denard.
Helping Michigan's defense stay off the field is as paramount to its success as keeping Robinson healthy. The Wolverines ranked No. 113 nationally in time of possession in 2010, controlling the ball for only 27 minutes, 10 seconds per game.
Michigan's offense averaged 488.7 yards and 32.8 points per game; its opponents averaged 450.8 yards and 35.2 points.
This coming season, the Wolverines will huddle more to control the clock and keep their defense on the sideline for long stretches.
When has Mattison ever talked about time of possession? Why is this included in this story? It's like he really believes in TOP and wanted to fit it into an article somewhere. Our defense blew because they blew. Don't blame Denard for scoring too fast. Even if you believe in TOP try to figure out why it's in this article.