Halftime adjustments?

Submitted by Lordfoul on September 26th, 2009 at 1:47 PM

This will be a very interesting test for the coaches as far as halftime adjustments. I certainly don't have the expertise to diagnose Michigan's first half problems beyond taking better care of the ball. The defense has seemed to improve as the game has progressed. Those two stands inside of our 10 are the difference between what we have and a blowout. It has seemed like our offense has slowed and become more tentative, reminiscent of last season.

I have full confidence in RR to make some key adjustments and save this game. Anybody else have any observations?

Also, with that last penalty being declined, Tate just got a nice boost to his passing stats. Was that Roundtree's first catch?

Comments

PIJER

September 26th, 2009 at 1:56 PM ^

I'm just happy that they benched B.S.(His initials are an indication of his game play as of late) He hasn't played well since game one!!! I'm sure we will come out in the second half with all of our pistons firing! Hopefully Floyd can hold his own!

BlueinLansing

September 26th, 2009 at 1:57 PM ^

they are getting out hit and out tackled by flipping Indiana.

UM's oline has completely broken down since the first couple drives, when they played well for exactly 5 plays. Tate has no time to setup and do anything, hence the mad scrambling.

Need to sharpen up fast, they are playing a poor team that believes they can win.