Saturday, October 05, 2013

Thoughts after 3rd quarter Minnesota, Michigan

- I keep expecting Michigan's defense to be more stout, but it just isn't happening. Minnesota's offense is terrible by Big Ten standards, yet the Gophers have moved the ball surprisingly well. It looks to me like a team such as Northwestern will just roll against this defense. Maybe even Indiana, which remains defensively challenged, but has an underrated offense.
- Devin Gardner is playing much more under control today. That's a good thing for Michigan. He doesn't need to get rid of his swagger, but there is an obvious need to take better care of the ball. The reason Minnesota has not threatened more today is directly tied to Gardner not turning the ball over. It's what gave Akron and UConn such life.


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