1 hour and 6 minutes
We Couldn’t Have One Without the Other
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1. The Offense
starts at 1:00
That’s the O’Korn we remember from Indiana. Right tackle is a massive hole. Think this team needs a receivers coach and needs to adjust better to what it cannot do. Drevno what exactly do you do here moment.
2. The Defense
starts at 27:47
Dominant again: State’s one successful power play was surprising because we never see a normal play work against them. Hurst was mighty. State got just about everything on frippery and luck, which was in abundance. Michigan will be in every game as long as the defense plays like this.
3. Special Teams and Feelingsball
starts at 39:09
Michigan got close to blocking a bunch of punts and got to one of them—first time this year that it looked like a solid special teams win. Maybe go for it on 4th and 2 but when your offense is butt and you’re in a 1950s game that’s fine. Don’t take the ball out of the endzone on kickoffs please.
4. Around the Big Ten with Jamie Mac
starts at 48:20
All bad blowouts. Ferentz decides to coach this week. Barkley had –7 rushing yards in the 3rd quarter. Minnesota-Purdue was probably the most interesting. Is Purdue going to challenge Wisconsin for the West or is that just the Badgers’ birthright still?
- “This Night Has Opened My Eyes”—The Smiths
- “Nineteen Years Old”—Muddy Waters
- “Everyday is Like Sunday”—The Smiths
- “Across 110th Street”