Michigan Football: Impressions XII
This will be shorter than usual. This game was basically a rerun of a very bad movie.
- I hope to H@LL Big Ten gets away from FOX as quickly as possible. Game is almost unwatchable at times.
- Literally took me 60 minutes to watch game second time. That’s with replays on some of the biggest plays.
- Not much to add about John O’Korn. If Michigan gets even average Quarterback play they win.
- This might P*SS some fans off, but thought offensive staff did a nice job with the game plan.
- Using formations and player groupings OSU had not seen they won the first quarter.
- Running an offense on smoke and mirrors is never easy.
- That said, still question why Michigan did not use the screen and Tight End’s more.
- Was DPJ hurt? Completely disappeared in second half.
- As a team, Michigan was to get stronger. We lost way too many Mano-a-Mano battle this season.
- Thing on defense that concerned me, during second and fourth quarter defense tired and pad level was terrible.
- On all of OSU’s drives Michigan defense had multiple chances to get off the field and did not.
- Why did M Woods not see more playing time? Love his physicality.
- Michigan defense was Einstein’s definition of insanity. Doing same things over and over and expecting different results.
- College football needs to fix officiating. Very inconsistent. Either let them play, or call them, but do so both ways.
- Why did Michigan continue to play 0 coverage and allow two different Quarterback’s to scramble for touchdowns?
- How many times is Michigan going to be burned by that stupid crossing route.
- No excuse for losing 4 Big Ten conference games, NONE!
- 100 yards rushing will not win this game.
- Okay I lied, why doesn’t O’Korn tuck the ball take yards instead of running backwards or taking a sack. I don’t get it.
- Biggest disappointment this season. Lack of physical play and had no edge to our play.
- We were an easy team to play this season. Teams ran their Quarterback’s without fear.
- Michigan defense and offense needs an enforcer who punishes with their play.
Good place to stop, I am getting madder by the second as I read through my notes.