Saturday, November 02, 2013

Thoughts halftime Michigan, MSU

- This is the type of game there might only be one touchdown. Huge drive at the end of the half by the Spartans.
- The Spartans' offense has been better lately, but that hardly qualifies it as an artwork. There have been too receivers open today missed by MSU QB Connor Cook today. It looked like Bennie Fowler should have had a TD reception. In fairness to Fowler, he broke open, but the ball was underthrown and delivered late. The touchdown drive late in the second half more than up for it. This time Cook connected with Fowler.
- MSU tailback Jeremy Langford with more authority each and every week, a sign he is gaining confidence.
- Michigan hasn't scored a touchdown against MSU defense in more than six quarters. It's one thing to struggle offensively. It's another to look completely ridiculous offensively. Michigan State's defense is doing to that the Wolverines' offense. Devin Gardner goes back to pass. Devin Gardner is sacked. It kind of sums up the first half offensively for UM. It's incredible how many of Michigan's plays today have netted negative yardage
- You kind of wondered when Jehu Chesson would do something for Michigan. Certainly, the ability is there. That was a terrific adjustment with the ball in the air between two defenders to set up the Wolverines' game-tying field goal.


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