Michigan fans got a glimpse of life without Denard Robinson, who was injured in Saturday's 23-9 loss to Nebraska. It wasn't pretty.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Michigan must get Denard Robinson comfortable early to win at Nebraska.
A group of Ohio State Buckeyes offensive linemen that had prompted plenty of preseason skepticism from coach Urban Meyer plowed through Nebraska and opened enormous holes for Carlos Hyde and Braxton Miller.
It took a while for the Ohio State Express to get up to speed, but there was no stopping Urban Meyer's spread offense once it did in a 63-38 rout of a ranked Nebraska team.
Bradley Roby is still looking for that elusive first interception, but the Ohio State cornerback is making his impact in other ways.
Kenny Guiton stepped in capably when Braxton Miller missed a handful of plays against Michigan State, justifying Urban Meyer's faith in the backup.
Parrker Westphal learned from his older brother about dealing with the recruiting process. Parrker is taking his time, but has found a standard bearer in Michigan.
While a host of USC OL commits/targets are playing in the U.S. Army All-American Game, USC fans should keep tabs on Isaac Seumalo and Andrus Peat at the Under Armour All-America Game.
The Michigan special teams forced three turnovers to ignite the victory over Nebraska.
Michigan funneled the majority of its offense through Denard Robinson against Nebraska, and he delivered with one of his best performances of the season.
Greg Mattison's defense posted another strong effort, shutting down Taylor Martinez, Rex Burkhead and Michigan.
Michael Rothstein writes in his Front Four keys to the game that Michigan must stop Nebraska's option run and maybe use some of its own.
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