UA-59049186-1 Michigan 33, Minnesota 10 - Good if it Goes

Michigan 33, Minnesota 10

Michigan whomped the boat rowers and retained the Little Brown Jug. Khaleke Hudson did much of the whomping. You are now fully informed about what took place last Saturday.

Actually, hang on. Here are the

Player Grades

The grading scale goes from -3 to +3 for each play. Penalties are counted in whatever phase they were committed. “Short” throws are 10 yards or less, “Medium” is 10-20, “Deep” is over 20. Everything else (scrambles, throwaways, etc.) is under “Miscellaneous.”

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So what happened?

Now you’re fully informed about the game. I mean, really, there’s just not much to discuss here. Michigan just ran them over. Literally. The line still can’t pass protect well, but the run blocking was excellent, to the point where Michigan was running the same play over and over and Minnesota just couldn’t do anything about it. Brandon Peters was okay when called upon. He wasn’t called upon often.

The defense turned in another excellent performance. They gave up one long scoring drive, then figured out what Minnesota was doing and that was the end of that until garbage time. Khaleke Hudson was all over the place. If that grade’s not a record, it’s at least a non-QB one. To be fair, it was aided by Minnesota not blocking him very much. However, if they had committed a blocker to him, someone else would have ran rampant. If you haven’t figured it out by now, Minnesota isn’t very good.

Helmet Stickers

Up to 3 may be awarded per player. Not necessarily the highest-graded players since different grades mean different things to different players.


3: Karan Higdon, Chris Evans, Mason Cole, Ben Bredeson

2: Sean McKeon, Henry Poggi, Khalid Hill

1: Ian Bunting, Zach Gentry, Stephen Spanellis


3: Khaleke Hudson, Chase Winovich, Maurice Hurst, Mike McCray, Devin Bush

2: Aubrey Solomon

Helmet Sticker Count


Go Blue!

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