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That was the biggest difference between Peters and his new backup. He did all the simple tasks that were asked of him.
With Brandon Peters finally in at quarterback, Michigan's offense surged, the passing game connected and the Wolverines defeated Rutgers in a comfortable 35-14 win.
It took a season and a half, but redshirt freshman Brandon Peters finally played a legitimate series at quarterback for the Michigan football team.
While the Wolverines might be tempted to overlook them, this isn’t the same Scarlet Knights team as 2016. Here’s what to watch for when they face off Saturday.
New Jersey is filled with college football talent. The problem is that Rutgers is struggling to hold on to it.
The Daily spoke with Ryan Dunleavy, a Rutgers beat reporter for NJ.com, to talk about the Scarlet Knights’ season and what Michigan fans can expect to see this weekend.
The Daily breaks down what you can expect when Michigan faces Rutgers for its homecoming weekend.
Ever since redshirt junior quarterback Wilton Speight’s injury, reliance on rushing has become a common theme for Michigan.
Each team’s passing game is practically non-existent, so both have been relying on the ground game to carry the offense.
After spending a year at Suffield Academy, Brad Hawkins has embraced a move to VIPER with the Wolverines.