Standing near the entrance of Crisler Center’s media room, Chase Winovich spoke a simple, cruel truth.


“Yeah, I think we out-hit them today,” Winovich said. “I’m interested to see if maybe he has a different opinion of it.”


The he, as you may already know, is Scott Frost, who found a dubious silver lining in UCF’s 51-14 loss to Michigan two years ago. There was no such silver lining for Frost’s Nebraska Cornhuskers on Saturday after a 56-10 shellacking that, really, wasn’t even as close as that.


Michigan out-hit Nebraska. It out-ran Nebraska. It out-played Nebraska. It nearly ran Nebraska out of the stadium, onto I-80 and back to Lincoln.


[After THE JUMP: 2016 vibes]

Things Discussed

  • The run blocking was great
  • Scott Frost said some things two years ago
  • Injury updates on Chris Evans and Rashan Gary
  • Ben Mason did Ben Mason things

[After THE JUMP: LOL Nebraska]


On a day that featured the actualization of the Platonic ideal of a Harbaugh-led offense, a legitimate argument can be made for the defense being the most impressive unit on the field. In other words, Scott Frost, so used to disputed titles, couldn't even find one phase of the game to hang his hat on. Michigan outrushed, outpassed, and, yes, outhit Nebraska en route to their most complete game of the young season.


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