Michigan dominated a ranked team at home, bucking an ugly trend from recent seasons.
From a statistical perspective, the carries have primarily gone to Smith, but all four have performed when they needed to.
The Wolverines are in for a tough battle Saturday.
The Wolverines (2-1) take on a No. 23 BYU team that has already beaten Nebraska and Boise State on last-second Hail Mary plays.
The Wolverines easily pushed aside Oregon State and UNLV. Things will likely be different this weekend when No. 23 Brigham Young comes to town.
Michigan’s legendary running back has wanted to be a coach since high school. Now at Western Michigan, he’s growing in ways he never would have imagined.
Rather than being pleased with giving up seven points against UNLV, the Wolverines were upset that they allowed even that many.
With about two weeks left in fall camp, the Michigan coaches asked Lyons to try switching to safety.
The Wolverines' front five has shown night-and-day improvement in 2015.
“To be clear, Jake Rudock is the best quarterback. Not by a small margin, he’s our best quarterback,” Harbaugh said.