Everybody else on the field has visible, public accountability.
- A one-possession game
- The quarterback play: Inability to execute on pass plays that were open was the difference. O’Korn took sacks he didn’t need to.
- Harbaugh schemed guys open.
- J.T. Barrett completed just two passes in this game; Hudson got one bust on a Cover 2—complaints of man all day are unfounded.
- They got THE STOP they needed; offense just needed to score on the two chances to win the game the defense game them. But okay, the defense didn’t give them a third chance.
- Metellus on the drag on K.J. Hill: why is that not LaVert (in fairness he gave up one to K.J. as well)
- The slot corner stuff on the secondary was bad luck; looking back against expectations they were exceptional. QBs caveat.
- Next year’s defense looks really good. Put Aubrey in Hurst’s spot, find a linebacker and some depth and let’s goooooo.
- Speight transfer: kind of a surprise, implies McCaffrey is pretty good, he thinks he’s even with Peters. Idea that Harbaugh had anything to do with it is laughable.
- Brian thinks it’s justified for Michigan to restrict his transfer to teams we don’t play next year (no Rutgers, Indiana, etc.)
- Defenses as good as Michigan’s have been drawing a lot more holding calls. Michigan got boned a lot on this game and vs. Wisconsin. Florida was the best officiating we got all year (and they screwed M out of a TD and called Khalid Hill for illegal downfield. Opinion: get professional referees!
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