Redshirt sophomore quarterback Wilton Speight uses the lessons he learned from his high school basketball coach Alex Peavey in order to maintain a cool demeanor on the field.
Michigan picked up 107 yards and gained its first lead of the game in a dramatic fourth quarter, but it wasn't enough to pull out the win.
Both teams who will play Friday night boast first-year starting quarterbacks that have proven both their mental and physical toughness.
During the three weeks leading up to the Orange Bowl, Michigan has learned to eliminate the monotony that can come with extensive preparation.
Cook, who has rushed for 1620 yards and 18 touchdowns and caught for 426 yards, will provide the biggest test of the season for Michigan’s run defense.
With the Michigan football team’s 2016 regular season in the books, the Daily looks back at the performance of each unit this year and looks ahead to the future in 2017. In this edition: running backs.
Given that the CFP committee placed Michigan at No. 5, there’s still a chance the Wolverines will crawl into the top four after this weekend.
It seemed that Michigan’s defense did all it could to secure Michigan’s first victory over Ohio State in five years.
The Wolverines managed just five yards of offense in the fourth quarter, allowing Ohio State to come back.
The matchup with No. 2 Ohio State will decide the Wolverines’ fate while also being their biggest challenge of the season.