Michigan vs. Penn State Awards

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22Oct 2019
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Michigan vs. Penn State Awards

Ronnie Bell (image via Wolverines Wire)

Let’s see more of this guy on offense . . . Ronnie Bell. Maybe this is an emotional reaction to the backlash Bell received for dropping the potential game-tying or game-winning pass on Saturday night, but I thought the kid played very well overall. He caught 5 passes for 82 yards, he blocks, and he earns yards after the catch. He’s Michigan’s version of Julian Edelman. And yes, that means he’s Michigan’s best receiver.

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22Oct 2019
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Morning Roundup: October 22, 2019

Josh Ross (image via MLive)

Josh Ross is coming back soon from injury (LINK). That makes things awkward with Cam McGrone and Jordan Glasgow playing well.

I stand with Jim Nagy:

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21Oct 2019
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J’Marick Woods, Ex-Wolverine

J’Marick Woods

Junior safety J’Marick Woods has entered the transfer portal. He’s listed at 6’3″, 203 lbs. and has played in four games so far this season.

Woods signed with Michigan in the class of 2017, and I gave him a TTB Rating of 78 (LINK). He made 26 tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss while playing over parts of three seasons, including one start in the Outback Bowl following the 2017 season.

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21Oct 2019
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Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 8

Brandon Peters

I would appreciate any support you can offer through Amazon purchases (LINK):

TRANSFERS

Devin Asiasi, TE (UCLA): Asiasi had 4 catches for 41 yards in a 34-16 win over Stanford.

Brian Cole, S (Mississippi State): Cole had 7 tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss in a 36-13 loss to LSU.

Kekoa Crawford, WR (Cal): Crawford is still out with an injury, having missed three consecutive games now.

Ja’Raymond Hall, OT (CMU): Hall did not play in the 38-20 win over Bowling Green.

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20Oct 2019
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Penn State 28, Michigan 21

This was Shea Patterson’s best game. Patterson has taken a lot of criticism this season, and some people were still clamoring for backup Dylan McCaffrey – or even Joe Milton – to start. I thought this was Patterson’s best game this season by far, and one of his top few performances as a Wolverine overall. His numbers weren’t great (24/41 for 276 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT; 12 carries, 34 yards, 1 TD), but part of that was due to drops and general refereeing inefficiency. Donovan Peoples-Jones dropped two passes and Ronnie Bell dropped one, and there were a couple pass interference calls that should have been called against Penn State but weren’t, resulting in incompletions. Patterson had one truly bad throw, and that was the interception.

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