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Michigan eventually settled in and cruised to a 42-7 win over Rutgers.

Freshman quarterback Joe Milton may get some playing time in what figures to be a lopsided game against Rutgers.

Here are four things we think you should watch for Saturday.

Defensive line coach Greg Mattison has spent the past 47 years coaching.

With 47 years of coaching experience under his belt, Mattison can say that with sincerity and credibility. It conveys the sheer volume of top-tier talent Michigan’s defenses have consistently produced.

Junior kicker Quinn Nordin had a blocked field goal on Saturday and has only converted three of his past seven kicks.

There is plenty to be said about the Rutgers football team, but poor kickoff coverage is not one of them.

Fifth-year senior tackle Juwann Bushell-Beatty says he has grown more confident since his freshman season.

Juwann Bushell-Beatty says he has grown in patience since his freshman season.

Junior defensive end Rashan Gary accumulated two tackles against Penn State.

Rashan Gary says he got chills when he got back on the field against Penn State.

Sophomore quarterback Dylan McCaffrey broke his collarbone in Saturday's game against Penn State.

Following a seven-yard keep the previous play, McCaffrey got hurt after a handoff to Tru Wilson in garbage time of Saturday’s game. And during Harbaugh’s Monday press conference, he stated that it would “probably” be a season-ending injury.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines will face Rutgers and Indiana before Ohio State on Nov. 24.

Jim Harbaugh spent 37 seconds on Monday saying 75 words about Rutgers’ kickoff coverage team.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh got emotional after his team beat in-state rival Michigan State,mentioning that some players told him, ‘Coach, we’ve got your back.’

A few weeks ago, Jim Harbaugh stood in front of his team after a course-defining 21-7 win at Michigan State and said a few words.

Junior quarterback Shea Patterson had a busy day on the ground Saturday with 11 attempts for 42 yards.

Through an 8-1 start, the Michigan football team has displayed a litany of offensive formations, plays and wrinkles. But coach Jim Harbaugh’s general approach has remained simple.