The Wolverines are back in Ann Arbor this weekend, where they’ll play their home opener against Cincinnati. Here’s what to watch for when Cincinnati and Michigan kick off.
He fielded every punt he saw, never calling for a fair catch despite Florida’s special teamers barrelling down upon him.
The redshirt junior caught a glimpse at what could lie in his future when he recovered a fumble in the third quarter of Michigan’s 33-17 victory over Florida.
Quinn Nordin and Michigan's run game were impressive in the Wolverines' 33-17 victory over Florida in their season opener.
All things considered, Michigan’s 33-17 victory over Florida in the season opener at AT&T Stadium was a win the Wolverines could be proud of. Here are five things we learned from Saturday’s game.
ARLINGTON, Tex. — The final scene of a football game, as the fans stream out of the stadium and the teams congregate in the middle of the field, can tell you everything you need to know.
On Saturday, all one needed to do was watch Devin Bush Jr. as he waded through masses of Michigan and Florida players following his team’s dominating — yet oddly close — 33-17 victory.
Bush, a sophomore linebacker making the first start of his career, was treated like a star. He took several interviews with reporters from ESPN and other outlets.
Regardless of team allegiance, many agreed on one thing: the concept of a neutral site game was a great experience.
Sophomore linebacker Devin Bush Jr. and his defensive teammates have, however, formed some expectation of the offense they’ll face Saturday afternoon.
Things could turn out well for Michigan in the secondary, but they’ll need their players to stay healthy and to continue developing.
Whether Michigan’s defense can play at a similar level to last year’s record-setting unit will largely depend on what happens up front.