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Let’s see more of this guy on offense . . . good Shea Patterson. Over the past three weeks, Patterson is completing 65.5% of his passes for 10.4 yards per attempt with 10 touchdowns and 1 interception. And the worst of those three performances was against Maryland, not MSU or Indiana. This particular week saw him throw for 366 yards and 5 touchdowns on 11.4 yards per attempt.
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Let’s see less of this guy on offense . . . nobody. Things are rolling pretty well right now.
Let’s see more of this guy on defense . . . Brad Hawkins. Hawkins missed last week’s game. He’s Michigan’s fourth leading tackler (53) and has done a pretty good job in underneath coverage this year. Michigan would be much better off next week if he’s available, because I say . . .
Let’s see less of this guy on defense . . . Vincent Gray. With Hawkins out against Indiana, that moved Daxton Hill into the starting lineup at safety. And while I was fine with that and Hill played pretty well, his backup at nickel appeared to be Gray. Gray has repped mostly at cornerback, and he’s someone in whom I do not have absolute trust when it comes to playing the athletes that Ohio State will run out there next Saturday.
Play of the game . . . Donovan Peoples-Jones’s touchdown catch. There were other good plays (the Dax Hill interception, the 76-yard catch-and-run by Nico Collins, the Josh Uche sack/FF/FR, etc.), but that Peoples-Jones catch was a thing of beauty.
To beat Ohio State, you need to make these kinds of plays ALL DAY long pic.twitter.com/PU6mwQY71g— Due# (@JDue51) November 24, 2019
MVP of the game . . . Shea Patterson. He was 20/32 for 366 yards, 5 touchown passes (#2 all-time at Michigan), and 1 interception.
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