Freshman wide receiver Tarik Black suffered a foot injury against Air Force and will need surgery, said Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh on Monday. That same evening, Black posted a photo on Instagram with a caption that suggested he would be out for the remainder of the year.
It’s not the discrepancies in production between Michigan’s offensive and defensive units that are the problem. More so, it’s that the defense knows what it is, while the offense is in search of an identity with less than a week until the Wolverines’ Big Ten opener.
The defense carried the load while the offense struggled to find a groove, but the Wolverines managed to capture yet another victory.
With the Big Ten season now upon them, we’re about to find out what really happens when the Wolverines get punched in the mouth.
The seventh-ranked Wolverines were plagued by miscues in the red zone, and struggled to pull away in a 29-13 win over the Falcons.
Indiana outshot Michigan in the first half, 14-9, but the Wolverines — with a seamless offense on full display — managed to find the back of the net and defeat the Hoosiers.
Despite his ejection, the Michigan crowd applauded the defender for his unwavering efforts, which were on full display in the Wolverines 1-0 overtime loss against the Spartans.
The No. 21 Michigan volleyball team’s sweep in the Michigan Challenge Tournament, capping off the final matchup against Cincinnati with a 3-0 victory.